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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Powerhouse Energy Group Plc 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
  0.04 0.5% 8.00 7.80 8.20 8.30 7.90 8.10 16,105,503 16:10:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -1.7 -0.1 - 297

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/1/2021
10:52
Phoenix, I've been with this share/company for the last 5 years and it was always envisaged by the CEO of the time that this company could easily be a Footsie 100 company, and studying the tech I agree with that sentiment. I think if all goes well that could be within 5 years. Check out this latest video on Vat's comment above, it's quite an eye opener as regards the business model and future partnerships.
schofi2
18/1/2021
10:49
Tim Yeo interview on Proactive 18th January: hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jftPeR6Uuc Discusses financial close and timeline amongst other things.
vatnabrekk
18/1/2021
07:24
http://www.airport-business.com/2020/11/manchester-airports-group-launches-zero-emission-flight-competition-part-long-term-commitment-green-recovery/
georgeo1
17/1/2021
10:17
Vatnabrek (#14419) and yesterday you revealed Peel had still not even been able to get all the third party funding needed for a first commercial size PHE system. What does that seem to say about investor confidence in it working, if as you say Peel wouldn't fund it all themselves and couldn't even get third party investor funding? What does the announcement of David Ryan about to give up his role as CEO to spend more time on the 'technology' and on just a consultancy basis, seem to say about the technical hurdles they may still face? Also, what does it say about a shift of control within the company?
deccer1
17/1/2021
09:47
Lots more competing systems, e.g.: SGH2: hTTps://www.wasterecyclingmag.ca/blog/hydrogen-from-garbage/ Ways2H: hTTps://www.waste360.com/waste-energy/ways2h-commercializes-hydrogen-fuel-waste-technology InEnTec: hTTps://scitechdaily.com/inentec-turning-trash-into-valuable-chemicals-and-clean-fuels/ hTTps://news.mit.edu/2021/inentec-turning-trash-into-valuable-chemical-products-clean-fuels-0106 Enerkem: hTTps://www.renewableenergymagazine.com/biofuels/shell-invests-in-quebeca-s-first-waste-20210111 Eqtec: hTTps://eqtec.com/
deccer1
17/1/2021
09:39
Yet another hydrogen from waste system:hTtps://www.waste360.com/waste-energy/ways2h-commercializes-hydrogen-fuel-waste-technologyThere are lots of others out there.
deccer1
16/1/2021
23:08
Thank you sir for that. May I ask and may be a silly question which I understand, but if they get it built and working, where would you expect the share price to hit? Looking at ITM how that rocketed, could PHE reap a similar uptick?
phoenix36
16/1/2021
23:03
Sometime later this year would be my guess. Maybe Q3 but more likely Q4. But really we need to wait for an updated timeline from the company.
vatnabrekk
16/1/2021
21:37
Is there a idea as to when the dmg unit will be completed? Or a rough idea at least?
phoenix36
16/1/2021
13:18
There is that, but you get the point :-)
skinny
16/1/2021
11:26
And now all of those old plastic videos can be used by PHE as feedstock to produce hydrogen!
vatnabrekk
16/1/2021
11:15
Which came first betamax or vhs.
skinny
16/1/2021
10:41
Fact-check: deccer, you forgot to mention one little bit of information: "SGH2 anticipates breaking ground in Q1 2021, start-up and commissioning in Q4 2022, and full operations in Q1 2023." So it hasn't been built yet, and they are not ahead of PHE. And you could apply the same criticism as you do to PHE's DMG technology, namely that it hasn't been proven yet at this scale.
vatnabrekk
16/1/2021
10:31
That's the reason that they have done this latest placing juju, so that they can speed up the first DMG. Peel were supposed to be arranging the £20M funding, but they were not putting in their own money for all of that. So they were seeking funding from elsewhere for the major percentage, but it seems that they were unable to secure what they wanted. It's not easy to get external funding for anything these days. So PHE decided to increase the company's equity and from the RNS it would appear that they intend to use this to take a share in the SPV (probably about 50%)along with Peel. By making that commitment they should be able to attract the balance of funding that will be required from Peel and from external sources. And by doing all of that, they should be able to speed up the construction and installation of the first DMG unit. I'm hoping that we will get an updated timeline from them in the not too distant future.
vatnabrekk
16/1/2021
10:29
PHE have already been beaten to it by SGH2 and at much larger scale and more feedstocks: "This is game-changing technology. It not only solves our air quality and climate challenges by producing pollution-free hydrogen. It also solves our plastics and waste problems by turning them into green hydrogen, and does it cleaner and at costs far lower than any other green hydrogen producer."Developed by NASA scientist Dr. Salvador Camacho and SGH2 CEO Dr. Robert T. Do, a biophysicist and physician, SGH2's proprietary technology gasifies any kind of waste – from plastic to paper and from tires to textiles – to make hydrogen. The technology has been vetted and validated, technically and financially, by leading global institutions including the US Export-Import Bank, Barclays and Deutsche Bank, and Shell New Energies' gasification experts...........No other hydrogen-production technology can eliminate plastic as cleanly and as efficiently, if plastics are used or mixed in the feedstocks."hTTps://www.wasterecyclingmag.ca/blog/hydrogen-from-garbage/
deccer1
16/1/2021
09:48
Its all much too slow . Where is the dynamism before someone else gets in front of PHE
juju44
15/1/2021
23:04
They are now saying end of 2021 for construction, so probably means well into 2022. Then it has to be tested and certified, and could require further work or even fail. So a lot more time and cash burn.
deccer1
15/1/2021
13:52
OK I will move to the back of the class
juju44
15/1/2021
12:49
juju: And read my post 14408 above!
vatnabrekk
15/1/2021
12:47
Read the RNS again......and then come back to us
coldspring
15/1/2021
12:17
Bringing the completion target for the first unit forward to end of March is mega. My concern has been the slow speed of implementation but if they achieve this then it is a game changer and if the placing makes it possible then it was the right move
juju44
14/1/2021
17:11
Actually blewco, that report is a tad misleading. It is "financial close" that they hope to complete by the end of March, not completion of the construction. Here's an extract from the RNS: "The Directors have undertaken the Fundraising to provide funds that they believe will expedite signifcantly financial close of the funding of the first commercial scale DMG installation utilising the Company's technology, which is targetted to be reached during the first quarter of 2021."
vatnabrekk
14/1/2021
16:58
Apologies if this has been posted already, indicates 1st commercial unit by end of March. https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/amp/news/938429
blewco
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