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Powerhouse Ener LSE:PHE London Ordinary Share GB00B4WQVY43 ORD 0.5P
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  -0.04p -8.33% 0.44p 0.43p 0.45p 0.48p 0.44p 0.48p 1,859,840 10:46:47
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Alternative Energy 0.0 -1.3 -0.2 - 5.00

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21/2/2018
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 0.48p.
Powerhouse Ener has a 4 week average price of 0.42p and a 12 week average price of 0.42p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.35p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.42p.
There are currently 1,136,872,014 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,485,142 shares. The market capitalisation of Powerhouse Ener is £5,229,611.26.
20/2/2018
10:43
deccer1: I could be wrong but this is how it looks to me: 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 feels 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.
14/2/2018
13:45
superg1: Thanks This and other changes were required by Hillgrove in consideration for the provision of a letter of comfort to the Company confirming that Hillgrove is willing to continue to provide adequate financial support to ensure that the Company can meet its obligations as they fall due and that it can operate as a going concern for at least 12 months from 30 June 2015, pending any unforeseeable or material changes to the Company's current circumstances. 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. 3. Proposed Capital Reorganisation The CA 2006 prohibits the Company from issuing ordinary shares at a price below their nominal value. As described above, it is necessary to reduce the nominal value of the Ordinary Shares in order to afford Hillgrove the ability to convert its loan into equity in the Company. In addition, as the Company's current share price is relatively close to the nominal value, the Directors consider that it will facilitate the acquisition of additional funding from Hillgrove and/or other potential investors if the nominal value is reduced. Accordingly, it is proposed that each of the Existing Ordinary Shares of 1p be sub-divided into one New Ordinary Share of 0.5p and one Deferred Share of 0.5p, such Deferred Shares having the rights and being subject to the restrictions attached to them as set out in the Articles.
13/2/2018
13:17
nelson5100: Don't forget that under Companies Act they cannot issue shares at less than the nominal value, currently 0.5p per share. Thus,as the share price is hovering around 0.5p or even lower they will either to get the share price up or have a capital reorganisation to lower the nominal value to say 0.1p per share.
12/2/2018
13:07
deccer1: So what KA seems to be saying is: http://bit.ly/2GUUbyy 1) 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) 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) 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. P.S. 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 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 for several years. 12. More cash and time required.
04/2/2018
15:19
dolphin158: Tenapen....oh dear over and over you post the same paragraph yet don't want to answer fact based questions. The share price reflects the lack of faith in the company, its RNS, the lack of ant directors' share purchases and the delay after delay in bring any commercial product to market. Instead of burying your head by reposting your scare mongering about posters who don't follow the ramping line, instead why not engage with the company? Improve its financial reporting, this is one of the few ways that the public can judge the management's quality. Is it prepared on time, us it accurate, does it comply with legislation and Aim rules, are the RNS accurate and does the company meet any targets stated in the RNS? So just this week what has happened to the 12 month lock in period which the March 2017 RNS stated would not start until the shares admission? Instead we have silence or just the usual mutterings that it doesn't matter. Or what happened to the sales team which was being recruited and the July 2016 fund raise was expedited for this; again all detailed in July 2016 RNS. So these are facts and constantly ignoring them only exacerbate s the decline in the share price. The Hillgrove share placing this week may have been rushed to avoid issuing shares below 0.5p each. They cannot issue them below 0.5p as it is illegal to do below a company's shares nominal value, currently 0.5p. But, not is there the current shares overhang from this week's placing, there will also be the remaining Hillgrove shares which can be sold in 6 months. Not forgetting that the last shares issued to pay suppliers for services rendered including Waste2Tricty was early September 2017. So how many more will need to be issued to bring the supplier payments up to date?
14/12/2017
22:22
stephen2010: ALBA currently trading at 0.39p target price 6p making a nice 15 bagger. Please read the following: MARKET CAP PUZZLE ❖ Alba (market cap £8.4m) is in a resources neighbourhood populated with listed companies with much enhanced market capitalisations, such as UKOG.L (£134m) and JAY.L (£172m). With either shared project interests or adjacent tenements to these companies, Alba should trade at a much higher valuation than its current token value. Like Bluejay, Alba owns 100% of its ilmenite project. Direct comparisons with UKOG are also instructive. While both companies own other projects, UKOG’s 49.9% of Horse Hill Developments Limited (HHDL), when compared to Alba’s 18.1% means that Alba has approximately one third of the value of Horse Hill compared to UKOG but only about 7% of the market capitalisation. Once the market recognises these disparities, the room for growth in Alba’s share price is undeniable. VALUATION RATIONALE - Our valuation in this First Equity Limited initiation note uses a risked valuation approach for Alba’s two main projects, at Horse Hill and TBS. The Horse Hill licences are valued using independent published technical data from Schlumberger, Xodus and Nutech on the oil potential of the licences, along with our own assumptions on recovery rates, oil discovery value, resource and development risks factors. From this a risked value of $127m net to Alba on a ‘Base Case’ basis is derived for Horse Hill. Given the similar geology and economic potential of both TBS and Dundas, we have adopted a risked closeology valuation approach, by computing an NPV for Dundas of $223m and then applying a three-tiered risked probability calculation to arrive at a value of $54.7m for TBS. Once Alba announce its JORC resource and exploration target at TBS and Bluejay its Feasibility Study results, this number is likely to be revised upwards very rapidly, possibly up to $200m, representing up to 7p per share in additional shareholder value. We compute a valuation of $185m (£139m) for Alba, equating to 6.0p per share, of which 4.1p is attributed to the stake in Horse Hill, 1.8p for TBS. Given this analysis and wealth of valuation catalysts anticipated across the project portfolio in the coming months, we recommend the shares as a ‘BUY, with a Target Price of 6.0p, representing a potential 15 times plus uplift from the current share price.
19/10/2017
17:59
superg1: Not bickering just looking at some details to try and make sense of them. I was looking for the age of reason foundation, Eturab trade corporation and Adam white. The reason being they are the largest shareholders of Waste2 T etc. AFC have about 23% of the shares Age of reason showed 28% transferred Eturab 46% and Adam white 9% I seems the age of reason beneficiary is BEN white son of Howard white. I picked up on that from this post on iii in 2009. The theme seems to be the same as the comments about W2T talking the profit away from PHE. "They have stated B9 Coal get 2% of net profits generated by using the fuel cells. And they have stated that AFC get a royalty based on profits. So what % does AFC Energy get? Why the secrecy? My concern is that AFC will get an upfront payment but very little ongoing profit afterwards whilst B9Coal is getting a good deal. AFC could have easily done this on their own and kept all the profit but they always seem to create other companies (W2T, B9Coal) who take profit away from AFC shareholders. “Josh White, a director of B9 Coal Limited is the brother of Ben White - the beneficiary of the Age of Reason Foundation, a substantial shareholder in AFC Energy.” Josh White is only 19 or so years old. What are his credentials for being a director of this company? Ah yes, son of Howard White. So is this a way for Howard White to skim the profits away from AFC shareholders? They may be major AFC shareholders themselves however the more profit they take via B9Coal and W2T, before it hits the AFC books, the better for them. I believe that on the back of good news such as a tie up with Linc Energy the AFC Energy share price should have spiked way more than it has. However, based on the secrecy still here and based on B9Coals association with the familiar name, many investors are scared to invest and this is keeping the share price down." Eturab is Howard White as is Yady it seems who are PHE connected.
28/9/2017
14:04
deccer1: Couple of questions: 1) Who's interest does it serve for PHE to only buy fuel cells from a market place of one manufacturer AFC (founded by Mr White) instead of being able to shop around, including from the many US fuel cell companies? 2) Who's interest does it serve for PHE to have to go via Waste2Tricity (founded by Mr White) (who now have the exclusive license to the AFC fuel cells, referenced in PHE press release 4/4/2014) to get the fuel cells? 3) Who's interest does it serve for PHE to only source development consultancy from a market place of one - Waste2Tricity (founded by Mr White) and suddenly agree to give them (18/1/2017) £20k pcm in PHE shares + 50% of future profits, instead of being able to shop around including from the many other excellent UK development consultancies, e.g. Arup, or employ consultants in house. (As it stands W2T will make more out of the UK than PHE and all they are is a consultancy). https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/powerhouse-ener-PHE/share-news/Powerhouse-Enrgy-Grp-Agreement-with-Project-Develo/73635008 To find out who's interest it serves, it may help to take into account the following: hTTps://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/06708968/filing-history Waste2Tricity: 15 Feb 2017 Appointment of Mr Robert Keith Allaun as a director on 30 January 2017 (KA is also Exec Chairman of PHE) 04 Oct 2016 Appointment of Mr David John Ryan as a director on 10 September 2016 (David Ryan is a Non Exec of PHE - Program Director) 30 Mar 2016 Director's details changed for Mr Howard White on 30 March 2016 (Howard White is the founder and current Deputy Chairman of Waste2Tricity, the founder of fuel cell company AFC and on the Advisory Panel of PHE) 4) Who's interest does it serve for PHE to still have not converted all of Mr Bonds debt into equity, meaning he retains control of PHE's intellectual property rights in the PHE-G3 until it is repaid (details slipped into the press release on 6/12/2016) and the loan is presumably still accruing interest at 15% payable in extra shares? 5) Why has large PHE shareholder Paul Warwick begun reducing his holding when previously he said he would not sell below 5p and what does that say about his confidence in PHE? 6) Why have PHE management not purchased any shares in PHE for 5 years? Thus: - Mr White set up AFC and private company Waste2Tricity (W2T) who have an exclusive license to AFC fuel cells. - On 18/1/2017 PHE announce they will pay private company W2T £20k pcm in shares, plus give 50% of their future profits for development consultancy work. - On 30/1/2017 PHE's Exec Chairman Keith Allaun is appointed a Director of W2T. - On 10/9/2016 PHE's Non Exec Director David Ryan is appointed a Director of W2T. And AFC also have directors in W2T. KA presumably agreed this channelling away of PHE money while heading PHE and thinks PHE shareholders would be happy? What is and will be his personal beneficial interest in W2T? How about David Ryan, Mr White, and the other names? So many related parties between AFC, W2T and PHE? Why are development consultants not employed by PHE in house allowing the 50% of profits to be retained for PHE and its shareholders? Either way it looks like a nice earner for W2T who could make more out of the UK than PHE and all they appear to be is so called private 'consultancy' who presumably do not even have to fund the capital outlays which are left to PHE.
03/9/2017
22:07
mikepotash: I am so pleased that you see this potential in the same way I did when I read it this morning. Is it enough for a few points of anticipation upwards in the PHE share price?
03/8/2017
14:09
rossannan: w69Do you believe that the MMs are actually engaged in a multi-year suppression of the PHE share price or that the various posters that you have been arguing are anything other than random skeptics?
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