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
  +0.11p +26.51% 0.525p 0.50p 0.55p 0.525p 0.38p 0.415p 19,619,059 14:22:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -1.3 -0.2 - 5.97

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/2/2018
14:58
At least Ka has put his money on the roulette table.
slartybartfaster
23/2/2018
14:47
Do wish you wouldn't refer to PHE shareholders with that negative discription.
nelson5100
23/2/2018
14:39
There will be a negative numpty along soon!
vatnabrekk
23/2/2018
14:38
Keith has so much faith in the company he's made his first Director buy... a whole £10,190.00's worth. I guess now it's back over 0.5p they can do the fund raise. How I wish I'd shorted this one.
runthejoules
23/2/2018
14:29
Lol. Director buys too
tsmith2
23/2/2018
14:17
Hsr tipped here, share price halves, today they issue a sell and an apology and they jump 25%. Outstanding.
slartybartfaster
23/2/2018
10:50
I predict a riot. Hahahaha
schofi2
23/2/2018
10:49
Vat It's in the recent note just 300 hours and that could include Aus. Good to see it's recovered a bit it looked a big green in the face and unhealthy this morning.
superg1
23/2/2018
10:46
Perhaps, then again perhaps not.
vatnabrekk
23/2/2018
10:32
I predict a share issue and a share reorganisation.
deccer1
23/2/2018
10:30
Good move chunky buys too
tsmith2
23/2/2018
10:23
It still puzzles me why the usual doom mongers on here keep posting NOT hahahah.
schofi2
23/2/2018
09:46
For me the issues seem far greatert than just that. I could be wrong but this is how it looks to me (pleaase feel free to correct me if you think I am wrong on any point): 1. No revenues. 2. No chance of profit or financial self-sufficiency any time soon. 3. Large scale commercial unit still not finished design, construction or testing. 4. CAPEX of £5m per commercial unit, which PHE have to fund, as they retain ownership; and 12 month construction period per unit (PHE's own figures). Further £5m per unit if add fuel cells. 5. PHE agreed in 2017 to give half of futue profits to private company Waste2Tricity, set up by related parties (now including PHE's Keith Allaun) in exchange for 'consultancy' services. 6. Also issueing Waste2Tricity a dilutive £20,000 per month in PHE shares to fund the private company. 7. PHE only seeking to buy fuel cells from another company set up by related parties, AFC (fuel cells cost £5m per large scale unit). 8. 1.4 billion PHE penny shares in issue, will need a share consolidation. 9. Another 64.7 million shares to be issued to Hillgrove before 31/7/2018 (no future financial benefit to PHE). 10. Business model seems vulnerable to changes in costs, revenues, running times, reliability, and copying (no patents). 11. Current boss KA has never bought shares in PHE, and non of the management have since 2012 and then only £1000. 12. More cash and time required. P.S. http://bit.ly/2GUUbyy 1) KA says the last Hillgrove overhang put downward pressure on PHE's share price. That is very worrying, because there is still another 64.74 million shares overhang to be issued to Hillgrove before 31/7/2018, in addition to £20,000 of PHE shares being issued to W2T each month to cover fees. 2) KA says waste plastic that was previously sent to China is now being sent to Turkey, Vietnam, Mayasia and Indonesia. So one assumes UK producers will still be able to find cheaper export disposal routes for non-recyclable plastics rather than paying gate fees to companies like PHE. 3) KA says Michael Gove, DEFRA and the government's senior Environmental Scientist are not addressing the waste plastic issue. So one assumes the PHE business model is not yet viable.
deccer1
23/2/2018
09:36
super, you really don't know how much testing the prototype has been through, it's just that the company hasn't published details for the public. But they have been using it to test a wide variety of feedstock and gathering data for use in the design of the commercial system. In doing so it has been powered up and down many times, and that is the kind of operation that causes most stress to the system, not continual running. This info is available in RNSs and also in KA's interviews.
vatnabrekk
23/2/2018
08:40
I'm not short BTW and have no pleasure in seeing PIs lose money. I just don't like BS from companies. I can only say it as I see it having been through all the news items the company has released. The simple answer to fix this is to do that extensive test run 3 to 6 months and let an independent report on how it stood up to the task. It simply hasn't been through extensive testing so how can any major back something when they don't know if it works under industrial use. Basic products go through 1000's of hours of testing and punishment before they get the green light.
superg1
23/2/2018
08:33
Negativity aside this share price is not pleasant. WTF is driving the price down. If the volume has not been PIs is it Yady? Their lock in ended period recently.
superg1
22/2/2018
13:13
Yes over 100. They obvious liked it as represented by the arrow on the chart when they saw it with complete silence here. Down over 50% since then. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
superg1
21/2/2018
21:29
About 100 people attended over 3 days. Quite a few posted on LSE BB.
vatnabrekk
21/2/2018
21:05
jam Investor day had a few going but not one has posted about it and share price collapse since.
superg1
21/2/2018
19:50
Has anyone visited Chester Uni to have a looksee at what's going on? I would but I live abroad.
jamonit
21/2/2018
15:53
You are right PJ the last one said this If at any time Hillgrove was to withdraw its ongoing support for the Company, it is likely that the Company would have insufficient funds to continue, and the Company would no longer be a going concern. In addition, if Shareholders do not approve resolution 5 at the AGM to effect the Capital Reorganisation, necessary to give effect to the change in conversion price outlined above, this may also lead to HIllgrove withdrawing its financial support. The Directors unanimously strongly recommend that Shareholders vote in favour of resolution 5 at the AGM. So there will be some warning then and if that happens a warning sign that a fund raise is to be sought below .5p
superg1
21/2/2018
13:58
I don't think they can do that. It requires shareholder approval to drop the Nominal value or do a reorganisation.
pj 1
21/2/2018
12:33
So fund raise now at this price means investors would have to be willing to pay a 14% premium as they can't fund raise below .5p as it stands due to the nominal value of the share (.5p). My guess is if it doesn't go above .5 then they will do a fund raise with a nominal value drop in the same news, so there will be no warning.
superg1
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