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Powerhouse Ener LSE:PHE London Ordinary Share GB00B4WQVY43 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.55p 0.50p 0.60p 0.55p 0.55p 0.55p 491,580.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -0.8 -0.2 - 3.34

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10/12/2016
08:20
Powerhouse Ener Daily Update: Powerhouse Ener is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PHE. The last closing price for Powerhouse Ener was 0.55p.
Powerhouse Ener has a 4 week average price of 0.63p and a 12 week average price of 0.71p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.23p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.35p.
There are currently 607,934,536 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,724,819 shares. The market capitalisation of Powerhouse Ener is £3,343,639.95.
20/10/2016
20:55
warwick69: Yes it would which puts a nice floor under the share price but all other shareholders would not agree the bid would they, I certainly would not and my share holding holds some sway? I'm sure D Moard and renewme would also say no as would all the other major shareholders so it would not go through? whatever you are trying to infer it would not make any difference to the prospects of growing the company into a very substantial profitable business ? The tech will do all the talking especially the more it sells and shows what it can do for the waste to energy industry? We have a plan and Keith and the board are imlimenting it just watch and learn And Why do you all care so much I don't need protecting?
21/9/2016
11:42
warwick69: The demand for shares from a very low free float when news of our first order will be the driver of the share price from today's RNS you can see we are discussing potential sales across many continents and from 5 tpd up to a staggering 1000 tpd just imagine the revenue to PHE if an order of that magnitude was announced surely going to be potential profits way in excess of the current mcap then who will want to be a seller of shares ?...
14/9/2016
15:52
jaknife: Warwick, Your post 1147 immortalised for when the inevitable happens: Jaknife we were told at the AGM that there will not be a placing despite the fact MM probably would like one? We will need cash at some point but the share price will be way higher after order news is released and then any placing will be at a premium to share price no more discounted placings I'm afraid It is amazing on many levels that you believe what these charlatans tell you but to believe that no placing will happen when: (a) the company has a track record of regular and repeated placings, (b) the balance sheet is technically insolvent, (c) the company is burning cash on a regular basis and is forecast to for as least the next two years (probably longer IMHO), and (d) the company has negligible cash and even after the recent placing will not have adequate cash resources to last to the end of this financial year. just illustrates how blinded you have become. You're long and have become obsessed with what you're convinced is a money making machine. So convinced that you cannot see what is plain and simple and right in front of your eyes! regards, JakNife
14/9/2016
15:17
warwick69: Jaknife we were told at the AGM that there will not be a placing despite the fact MM probably would like one? We will need cash at some point but the share price will be way higher after order news is released and then any placing will be at a premium to share price no more discounted placings I'm afraid This is ready for a steady climb higher sorry to disappoint you
13/9/2016
10:52
mervin4: Number of shares in issue at 15/7/2016 = 607,934,536 Amount owed to Hillgrove at 31/12/2015 = £2,938,636 at 15% pa interest. Hillgorve agreed not to relinquish until 12 months from 30/6/2016 = another 18 months from 31/12/2015. 18 months more interest at 15% pa = 22.5% Amount owed to Hillgrove at 30/6/2017 = £2,938,636 + 22.5% = £3,599,829 £3,599,829 converted into Ord shares at 0.5p = (£3,599,829 x 100) x 2 = 719,965,800 new shares to Hillgrove by 30/6/2017 Total shares in issue following Hillgroves conversion = 607,934,536 (45.7%) + 719,965,800 (54.2% Hillgrove) = 1,327,900,336 So Hillgrove (Mr Bond) will end up with more than 54% of the issued stock within 12 months, triggering a takeover (or 59% if you include his existing 5.1% holding). Presumably the share price will fall back towards 0.5p approaching the exercise by Hillgrove in 2017, so Hillgrove will be able to take out everyone else's shares at below the current level. Hillgrove could then re-list the Company a few weeks later at a higher price so making a big profit, but retain a 20% shareholding for any further upside.
11/9/2016
12:06
mervin4: ~~ADVFN*MODERATEDYou are deluded. Number of shares in issue at 15/7/2016 = 607,934,536 Amount owed to Hillgrove at 31/12/2015 = £2,938,636 at 15% pa interest. Hillgorve agreed not to relinquish until 12 months from 30/6/2016 = another 18 months from 31/12/2015. 18 months more interest at 15% pa = 22.5% Amount owed to Hillgrove at 30/6/2017 = £2,938,636 + 22.5% = £3,599,829 £3,599,829 converted into Ord shares at 0.5p = (£3,599,829 x 100) x 2 = 719,965,800 new shares to Hillgrove at 30/6/2017 Total shares in issue following Hillgroves conversion = 607,934,536 (45.7%) + 719,965,800 (54.2% Hillgrove) = 1,327,900,336 So Hillgrove (Mr Bond) will end up with more than 54% of the issued stock within 12 months, triggering a takeover. Obviously the share price will fall back towards 0.5p approaching the exercise by Hillgrove in 2017, so Hillgrove will be able to take out everyone else's shares at below the current level. Hillgrove could then re-list the Company a few weeks later at a higher price so making a big profit, but retain a 20% shareholding for any further upside.
09/9/2016
06:26
warwick69: Dice I totally agree very popular but there will be no low hanging fruit left and no new freebies from discounted placings that's been promised by the board they have £500k in bank enough for next phase of business the aim is to get share price higher and avoid big dilution of existing shareholders Future fund raising will be to seriously expand the company and will be at a premium to current share price So now there's nothing to stop the rallies no more MM bail outs through SVS securities et al IMHO
09/9/2016
06:23
warwick69: 20Something else I raised yesterday and wish to discuss? The negative posters are trying to scare new investors into worrying about massive dilution if and when the convertsble losn note is switched to shares? Well I take a different view and have requested that the board put it To Peter Bond that he converts as soon as possible and quickly decides whether to convert all (which I think unlikely as would trigger having to bid for whole company) or much more likely cinvert circa 250,000,000 to take himself to 29.9% shareholder thus not triggering a takeover bid? Then in his own self interest and as he is now aligned with all existing shareholders relinquish the right to convert the balance of the loan at same time reducing the interest levied ? The net effect of this action IMHO would be to put a rocket up the share price as all doubt and fear about Peter Bond taking control and heavily diluting would be removed as a black cloud over the shares? He is an investor so I am confident he will see this as the best step forward for the company and all shareholders himself included as he states he wants to grow into a ?100 million business The sooner this happens the better IMHO If this happens prior to first order we will soon be on our way to 5p as we would be completely derisked We are still priced for complete and utter failure, not a business about to break out a fantastic highly in demand technology which is incredibly environmentally friendly What's not to love about the opportunity staring investors straight in the face ?
09/5/2016
21:29
warwick69: And who makes the share price the city the cheats that call themselves market makers and they can short and they do and you know this is true they can naked short up to 10% of the business and that's each market maker not collectively? There has not been any where enough selling to have caused the fall in the share price that we are seeing This is manipulation nothing less they are trying to scare shareholders into selling why why why The upcoming news will cause a massive rerate massive increase when the buyers try and buy shares that will not be available
17/2/2016
17:29
rupert the bear: Waw wick, You very naively wrote: “But the only way I will ever be a millionIre is to find a new technology before it has been launched and everyone knows about it?” The thing is though that PHE have been trying to develop this so called “new technology” for in excess of 20 years. And it’s still not commercial! Meanwhile there are umpteen competing technologies all over the world. There are 24 working waste to energy sites in the UK alone, see: hxxp://www.wtert.co.uk/the-need/energy-from-waste The perfect example to focus on is the Seamer Carr facility: hxxp://www.emceltd.co.uk/ourexperience/waste-material-recycling-facility Because that’s a working pyrolysis system. Here in the UK! And PHE are still dreaming about their pyrolysis system working one day! So what PHE (and you) claim is “new technology” is actually old technology that’s already being used. Note from the link as well that it cost £10m to build that particular plant, money that PHE could only dream of, after they’ve repaid the massive convertible loan that’s outstanding (convertible at a mere 0.5p per share, a massive discount to the current share price). You’re being lead down the garden path with a fantasy story that you might one day become a millionaire if you invest a stupid amount of money into PHE. But the reality is that you’re more likely to lose very penny that you’ve got. They don’t have a product, it’s not new technology, there’s other companies out there already that have technology in place doing what you can only dream that PHE might do one day. Kiss goodbye to your investment. Woopert
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