Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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% 0.32p 0.31p 0.33p 0.32p 0.32p 0.32p 2,771,321 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -1.9 -0.2 - 5.38

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18/9/2018
20:35
As much as the TV show 'blue planet's caught the attention of the media and public !. To most people who walk along the side of a road or along the beach knew that plastic waste was a problem. We just did not have a voice. Regards.
tenapen
18/9/2018
20:14
really? It took the world 110 years understand plastics pros and cons.
b1tcoin
16/9/2018
19:00
Good to see the media becoming more aware of the problems and opportunites associated with plastics.
tewkesbury
16/9/2018
17:22
Tell Sid 16 Sep '18 - 11:38 - 7618 of 7620 0 1 0 Cranfield University has identified over 800 UK landfill sites where it thinks plastic could be 'mined' for conversion to fuel oil. It looks dubious to me as it would ultimately still involve burning the fuel in vehicle engines, so creating greenhouse gasses and other atmospheric pollution. However, not mentioned is the potential for PHE to use old landfill sites for additional sources of plastic for their much cleaner hydrogen fuel production. There must be tens of thousands of suitable landfill sites world wide and its something PHE should definately look into imo. Https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0bjcf0q/breakfast-16092018 BBC iPlayer - fast foward the show to 07.19 PHE do NOT get a mention in the clip. The show is Called, Inside Out on Monday evening.
tenapen
16/9/2018
13:19
The key point is that from a market capitalisation of just £5m, the potential upside is enormous.
tewkesbury
16/9/2018
13:15
Short term I think they should stay focused on the things they already have lined up, like vehicle tyres and autoshredder plastics.
tewkesbury
16/9/2018
11:38
Cranfield University has identified over 800 UK landfill sites where it thinks plastic could be 'mined' for conversion to fuel oil. It looks dubious to me as it would ultimately still involve burning the fuel in vehicle engines, so creating greenhouse gasses and other atmospheric pollution. However, not mentioned is the potential for PHE to use old landfill sites for additional sources of plastic for their much cleaner hydrogen fuel production. There must be tens of thousands of suitable landfill sites world wide and its something PHE should definately look into imo.
tell sid
16/9/2018
09:51
On this morning BBC news program there was a feature on turning plastic waste into energy. I only saw the last minutes and no company name was mentioned but the feature was a clip from a show to be shown on Monday 7.30 or 8.30. It will be interesting !
tenapen
15/9/2018
15:03
Even conventional incinerators using combustion do not explode because they have inbuilt design robustness and safety systems. It's a non issue. Forget and move on.
tewkesbury
15/9/2018
14:46
I believe there is no danger of explosion. Well, the G3 operating at Thornton Park hasn’t exploded Yet! Look back to one of the last postings by bobbyb4, before he disappeared. It was explained there.
vatnabrekk
15/9/2018
13:58
They can fine tune the syngas to different compositions, including more or less hydrogen, but regardless of the syngas content, the unit could never explode because things like automated safety systems have to be built-in - to monitor, modify and shut down operation before it could ever reach that point. These are basic operating requirements and would have already been examined under HAZOP and HAZID studies.
tewkesbury
15/9/2018
11:06
thats as maybe but of no relevance to PHE. according to the blurb, there's no emissions with the DMG - only hydrogen (and at lower than optimum temperatures, methane) the presence of co2 (a by product of combustion) in this system would indicate a total failure, given that all oxygen needs to be extracted - else there would be an explosion
steverabet
15/9/2018
09:12
Its a little known fact that in Japan they also use waste CO2 gas from some incineration to provide the fizz in fizzy drinks.
hottingup
15/9/2018
00:27
the only reason i may have been moderated is for my persistent debunking of hype and nonsense. people don't see to appreciate it when they see some unpleasant things pointed out to them - and with this co., there's lots ps there obviously is the right to free speech. you can say what you like - but may have to face the consequences
steverabet
14/9/2018
22:28
Progression of a relationship with Toyota Would that be with the local dealership ?
lagosboy
14/9/2018
20:05
Free speech is not a legal right in the UK. Even in America, where it is constitutionally protected, there are caveats, such as inciting of violence, or libel and slander for instance. That being said, I don't know what the posts said.
cmackay
14/9/2018
19:42
Why is Steverabet posts being moderated, so no free speech on this bb
robo175
14/9/2018
18:43
PHE have made a number of regulated news announcements this year referring to progression of a relationship with Toyota. Any post implying the company are lieing will be deleted.
new tech
14/9/2018
16:33
PHE (6/7/2018): "The proceeds of this Placing and the Subscription will be used to further the Company's Commercial activities including achieving independent, third party, Engineering Validation of the DMG® System processes, as well as progressing the relationship with Toyota Tsusho and other multi-national opportunities in the UK, the EU, and AustralAsia."
hottingup
14/9/2018
14:21
A friend reckons they are also talking to another big Japanese multi national in addition to Toyota and others. This could get very interesting very fast on news of further progress.
tewkesbury
14/9/2018
09:23
With a few chunky buys yesterday ! maybe these have !. Time will tell.
tenapen
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