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PHE Powerhouse Energy Group Plc

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0.075 (8.33%)
20 May 2024 - Closed
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Powerhouse Energy Group Plc PHE London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.075 8.33% 0.975 14:00:29
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0.90 0.90 0.975 0.975 0.90
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No dividends issued between 21 May 2014 and 21 May 2024

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Posted at 04/5/2024 11:35 by tenapen
Thanks Graham, any further observations as you pass by the joint head office will be greatly appreciated.



19 February 2024

The Technology Centre, Bridgend:



Excellent progress has continued to be made on the Company's Technology Centre and now head office, located in Bridgend, Wales, with all general building work completed and both the PHE and Engsolve teams now located in the centre.
Cont...
Posted at 28/4/2024 16:42 by tenapen
April 16th

Paul Emmitt, Chief Executive Officer of PHE, commented:
"I would thank our shareholders for their patience as this has been a long time coming and look forward to providing further updates in due course."

In Paul Emmitt we trust
Posted at 25/4/2024 12:02 by grahamwales
PHE going to need a licence to produce hydrogen down there as quite sensitive being in middle of industrial estate.
Posted at 19/3/2024 15:28 by tenapen
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!FOLLOWFEED




-100% own subsidiary -


:::MISSION STATEMENT:::
The Earth is a very special planet. Its environmental and ecological systems have allowed humanity to thrive and develop. The trouble is, that very development is now destroying the ability of the planet to support human life. If we do nothing about it, the planet will survive, but humans will not.

Powerhouse does not claim to save the world, but by deploying our technology, it can help. We use our skills as engineers to develop and provide systems that contribute to the ability of the planet to sustain human life. Its what we call Powerhouse Technology.

LATEST NEWS


April 16th

Paul Emmitt, Chief Executive Officer of PHE, commented:
"I would thank our shareholders for their patience as this has been a long time coming and look forward to providing further updates in due course."

26th March


14th march

Written text and a progress video interview with Paul Emmitt.

18th March -
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13th May - THE ORDER IS COMPLETED AND HANDED OVER

11th March -

22nd February -
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19th February


POWERHOUSE ENERGY are being challenged on thier European Patents by the company Onunda plc

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'Turning waste into worth'

General H2 news



::: DIRECTORS DEALINGS :::
11 / 12 / 2023
Paul Emmitt acquired 3,574,901 @ 0.2797p
12 / 12 / 2023
Ben Brier Acquired 3,748,275 @ 0.29 & 0.33p
Giving Ben Brier a total of 6,533,007


16th April
Paul Emmitt, Chief Executive Officer of PHE, commented:
"I would thank our shareholders for their patience as this has been a long time coming and look forward to providing further updates in due course."
Posted at 17/3/2024 16:06 by tenapen
Still lots of work to do with the header NewTech

You have a paragraph in red "Presumably HUI were not therefore expecting PHE technology to be commercially available and able to generate revenues for themselves, any time soon, hence indirectly now buying into a cannabis farm"

Question; Who is doing the presuming ?
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Also in Red, you ask "is unclear why PHE paid £572,000 for 52% of Engsolve in Jun 2023, when they only paid £99,990 for 48% in 2021 - Something closer to £108,322 for the 52% in 2023 may have been more logical on that basis; particularly as PHE presumably accounted for a large proportion of Engsolve's revenues, and Engsolve technical staff could perhaps instead have been recruited into PHE at zero cost.


- 12/8/2021 - PHE acquired 48% of Engsolve for £99,990, from PHE CTO and the wife of its former CEO, in a related party"

This has been answered on a recent RNS,

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From IGTV webpage - but being as thick as I am told I am, I cannot seem to be able to c&p the link.

Powerhouse Energy building a royalty gas production business
While in a close period the chief executive of Powerhouse Energy (PHE), Paul Emmitt, caught up with IGTV to discuss the company’s business model.
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The writeup reports they have a algorithm to change the settings in the kiln - is that possible ?. It also writes about taking car tires again Mmmmm !

In Paul Emmitt we trust.
Posted at 22/2/2024 08:45 by vatnabrekk
I don't think anyone expected to ever hear about Australia National H2 ever again because many said it was just a scam. Well here we are, it was real after all. Now I know this is just a framework agreement with no detail, but at least we know that they do exist and if they can start building facilities at their own cost, without capex from PHE, and paying fees to PHE for the FEED and the technology, what's not to like?

Regarding proof of concept, PHE have had that for a long time using the old prototype at Thornton Park, which they are thinking about moving down to Bridgend, in addition to the new kiln.
Posted at 22/2/2024 07:12 by skinny
Powerhouse Energy Group plc (AIM: PHE), a company pioneering integrated technology that converts non-recyclable waste into low carbon energy, announces the signing of an initial 5-year framework agreement ("the Agreement") with Australian based, National Hydrogen Ltd ("National H2"). The Agreement sets out the terms on which the Company's technology and engineering expertise would be provided, on a project-by-project exclusivity basis, to National H2 for its intended roll out of multiple hydrogen-based projects across Australia, Italy, Switzerland, and Hong Kong.





Under the Agreement, Engsolve, now a wholly owned subsidiary of Powerhouse Energy Group, will undertake the Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) for the facilities, which would be fully funded by National H2, ensuring a seamless and well-supported development process.





In addition, Powerhouse and National H2 would work closely with the chosen Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) contractor. This collective effort will harness the expertise of all parties involved, enabling the successful realization of these projects, each of which would be subject to further project specific documentation being entered into at the time between PHE and National H2.





Powerhouse will not be required to contribute any capital for these projects. Instead, the collaboration will be based on a license fee and royalties model. This arrangement establishes a long-term relationship between Powerhouse and National H2, while also potentially providing a long-term income stream for the Group.





Development of the projects in Australia, Italy, Switzerland, and Hong Kong by National H2, using PHE's technology, could mark a significant milestone for Powerhouse, demonstrating our growing global reputation and our commitment to driving the development of sustainable energy solutions.





Powerhouse looks forward to working closely with National H2 to deliver these projects successfully, fostering innovation and creating a positive impact on the global hydrogen landscape. Further updates on the collaboration will be provided as and when appropriate.
Posted at 06/2/2024 23:18 by vatnabrekk
supernumerary, several points I can help you with:
Mitchell Dryers was an engineering company which was constructing the Thermal Combustion Chamber (kiln) for installation in PHE's new test centre which is being kitted out in Bridge End in Wales. They went into liquidation a few months ago and PHE is negotiating with the liquidator to buy the partially constructed kiln so that it can be completed by someone else and installed in the new test centre.

Five of GetGo's (now named Onunda) directors are ex-directors or ex-senior managers of Mitchell Dryers: James Meyer, Brian Scowcroft, Geoffrey Dallimore, Graham Hartley Mitchell and Liz Hodgson(Marketing Manager).

If GetGo's patent claim is to do with the TCC kiln then surely that claim should have been lodged by the liquidators of Mitchell Dryers and not some other company. And in any case as far as I am aware PHE's patent application relates to the actual process of the DMG, the operation and control system in order to produce the required output of syngas, and that it is not about the design and construction of the TCC kiln. So for these two reasons I can only assume that GetGo's claim against the petition relates to the operating technology and the computerised control system.

According to GetGo's web site their technology relates to the purification of waste water, which has nothing to do with PHE's waste plastic to energy technology. So I really don't understand what the point of their claim can be.
Posted at 05/2/2024 16:34 by tenapen
The Company understands that, if GetGo decides to pursue the Claim, service has to take place within four months from the date of filing, i.e. by 6 February 2024, and that timescales then apply for delivering to the Company the Claimant's detailed Particulars of Claim.



Antony Gardner-Hillman, Chairman of PHE, commented:

"As regards the European Patent Office Communication, I am advised by our patent attorneys there is no significance in this and that it is a normal procedural step when entitlement proceedings have been commenced in respect of a patent.



As regards the proceedings themselves, we do not foresee any impact on PHE's ongoing work or interference with the company's business. We will deal with this as an ordinary day-to-day challenge of a kind I have seen and dealt with successfully before in my career, acting in the appropriate way and with due regard. I do not know the claimant company and I believe its action is intended to "soften" PHE as the targeted party before a follow-on approach on something unrelated. We shall wait and see whether this is the case and we shall respond accordingly. In the meantime, the Company has filed a claim for defence legal costs indemnity under its Intellectual Property insurance policy and is in the process of instructing IP litigation solicitors. Whether or not the Claimant's actions are strategic and for a peripheral purpose, we will be well positioned to respond appropriately.



From the perspective of PHE, I regard these events as just another stage in the journey of a company which is developing and protecting proprietary technology which is sufficiently exciting to attract the attention of others who can see that it holds value."

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Some interesting choices of words !

Time tells all.
Posted at 05/7/2023 12:02 by luckey jim
Having read the fortunes of PHE over the years from all the ramper’s of PHE on this thread and also listened to the latest video from David Ryan, my only conclusion is that all the ramper’s on this thread together with David Ryan and PHE are all living in “Cloud Cuckoo Land”. David Ryan says now, PHE is in “Control of their Destiny”. This statement makes one ask what PHE has been doing since it acquired the technology of Pyromex some 11 years ago. He then says that the new technology that PHE is promoting, has really only been going since April this year, which reinforces my view that life in Cloud Cuckoo Land must be really great. Putting all this innuendo and fantasy to one side, the facts are absolutely crystal clear. PHE does not have any technology that could work commercially and that is why there in no demonstration unit available because the technology that PHE purports to own is not commercially viable. I have been making this point on this thread for many years and have been constantly shouted-down by the many ramper’s’; on this thread, who obviously have their own agenda. Unfortunately for them the undisputable facts speak for themselves. I am purely the messenger.

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