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% 1.20p 1.15p 1.25p 1.20p 1.175p 1.20p 3,944,602 14:00:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -1.3 -0.2 - 11.56

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23/8/2017
14:06
Can sell at 1.20 buys now at 1.24 tick up soon
warwick69
23/8/2017
13:02
Tick up shortly new highs will be achieved later
warwick69
23/8/2017
10:00
Definitely a buyer in the background someone is accumulating all these weak sellers ??
warwick69
23/8/2017
07:52
Supernumerary you seem to be losing it my friend what a rant! Get a grip
warwick69
23/8/2017
07:45
Serious question - that big huge spike in the middle of 2013, was that a share consolidation or some short-lived good news?
runthejoules
23/8/2017
07:29
You are clearly not very good at predictions you have stated constantly that we are going to zero. Well actually have you seen the share price lately and looked at the chart !!!
warwick69
23/8/2017
07:27
Jaknife you always used to argue that others already did gasification better than a PHE and we were not needed now you say gasification has failed every where? Bit of a change in your arguement! You are clearly hoping PHE will fail wonder why that is why don't you want a clean new way to rid the world of toxic waste in a clean way
warwick69
23/8/2017
07:23
Yes by all means why don't you and why don't you wake up to what's occurring and how massive PHE will become I will be the one smiling not you unless you open your eyes ??
warwick69
22/8/2017
22:57
newt - don't be daft. Unless there's only carbon, oxygen and hydrogen going in, which even with carefully selected input like tyre crumb, there isn't, there's going to be something left over. I call it slag, you call it 'KA says there is none so it doesn't exist' - rubbish, for short. Warwick can't even begin to answer my questions - why don't you have a go? 'Presumably', 'could be' - oh dear. This is supposed to be a working, albeit pre-prototype, system - why not say what it does, rather than what you would like to believe it could do? 'All we need to know' - actually, that's all you need to know. The rest of us would like some facts - see para 1 above. Their absence makes this an absurd uninvestable fantasy. 'PHE seem to have' - don't be ridiculous. Apart from the 'seem', which makes it clear that you really haven't ever compared this against the competition, PHE has never produced any reliable information about inputs and outputs, their quantities and values, or the time and cost to implement a commercial system. It's just an enormous black hole, onto which punters like you and Warwick can project their fantasies of untold wealth for no effort. '- 1 x 25 tpd unit eliminating waste' - but it doesn't use waste, it uses tyre crumb, which isn't waste, it's a useful source material. Why have PHE not produced figures for MSW? Why do they not use it any tests? How are they going to get cheap crumb? Import it from India? Be at least a bit rational - until they use real waste and run with it for meaningful amounts of time and publish confirmed independent results they're just reeling in clueless punters to keep the salaries flowing and the lights on, with maybe a bonus of a few quid on the side for Bond and co. I used to wonder why those Nigerian scammers produced such ridiculous emails - why on earth would anybody take them seriously? Then I realised that it was their sheer absurdity that guaranteed only the most gullible would ever reply - they filter out the readers with even a modicum of discrimination, leaving only the credulous to be exploited. Now let me think - why does this come to mind when I read this board??? Warwick - what's your real share? That is, fully diluted, not on currently issued? I think we all know your 13% is already fantasy...
supernumerary
22/8/2017
22:57
Is that all you can offer I have not reached Hubris status yet omg I have a long way to go before I achieve that lifted status Go on give me a repetition or two you know you want to !!
warwick69
22/8/2017
22:24
Hubris comes before the fall.......
dolphin158
22/8/2017
21:44
Jaknife has his very large head buried extremely high up his rear end Totally ignorant to changes
warwick69
22/8/2017
21:43
Jaknife look at the. Sp look at the chart even you are not that stupid totally ignorant to an evolving story that has changed from previous mistakes For heck sake wake up man
warwick69
22/8/2017
21:33
I see no evidence that these people are liars, so I do not conclude that they are. The latest RNS is in line with previous statements, and those attending will be able to make conclusions based on what they see at September demos.
discusser
22/8/2017
21:22
supernumery, It does not produce "slag". Slag is a byproduct of metal smelting, comprising mainly metal oxides. It is impossible to produce slag from gasification of organic wastes, which are carbon based. Presumably any carbon monoxide waste could be oxidised to produce heat to help power something such as a generator. All we need to know as investors is PHE seem to have the cleanest and most efficient system. The only economics that matter to investors are as KA mentioned recently: - 1 x 25 tpd unit eliminating waste + selling only electricity, generates £600k to £750k pa EBITDA. - 1 x 25 tpd unit eliminating waste + selling only hydrogen, generates 5x more EBITDA pa than for selling electricity. (EBITDA = Gate fee revenues + Electricity and/or Hydrogen sale revenues - Operating costs)
new tech
22/8/2017
21:06
What a tool dolphin can't even construct a post for an argument without repetition
warwick69
22/8/2017
20:34
warwick69, re your 4993 on the other thread: "Anyone who can't see what is occurring here is a complete idiot" I agree. It's called a pre-placement pump. And you should be congratulated for the 24/7 effort that you've injected into assisting the pump. Soon there will be a dump, as the company issues new more confetti to finance the project which we all know will never get off the ground - gasification has failed everywhere that it has tried to be commercialised. warmest regards, JakNife
jaknife
22/8/2017
20:19
Supernumerary is a tool
warwick69
22/8/2017
18:34
Yes I do and you will have to eat your words as soon as we do
warwick69
22/8/2017
18:17
Speaking of crumbs, you didn't answer my previous questions. I copy it below, for your convenience. Do you really think you're going to get a commercial contract to turn this useful commodity into a lower-value gas? -------- w - you're right they never thought about hydrogen in the past. So why the change in business model? They also always talked about municipal waste, but now they're using nice clean tyre crumb for their input. When did that happen? Bye-bye the distributed waste processor cleaning up the world... If they're not careful people are going to think they're a bunch of opportunistic wideboys who've failed at one development after another and each time gone on to 'the next big thing'. Now it just happens to be crumb and hydrogen. BTW I assume you know that tyre crumb isn't actually a waste product? It's a useful manufacturing material, which currently sells (depending on quality obviously) for around 15c/lb, or say £250/tonne. What grade is phe using and how much do they pay for it? Does that include the transport costs? Where does it come from? When are they going to run trials using the sort of municipal solid waste they originally envisaged? I'd also be interested to know what slag is produced. More particularly so in the case of processing general waste of course - if you start with a useful ready-refined material I guess you'd expect minimum slag afterwards, but even that must produce some. And a few comments on the economics would be helpful - what does the input cost? how much does it cost to run the plant? how much to separate and scrub the hydrogen before it can be used? how much to dispose of the CO? what happens to that potent greenhouse gas methane? what does it cost to transport all these outputs to their point of use/disposal? Etc, etc, etc. We can put the capital cost to one side I think - as they haven't even finished designing the prototype and the processes surrounding it, trying to establish a reliable cost for a 25tpd unit is still a long way off. But I suppose you must have a spreadsheet with all the operating costs and anticipated revenues for such a unit? Do share...
supernumerary
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