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
  0.005 1.3% 0.39 0.38 0.40 0.39 0.385 0.39 5,204,884 08:20:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -2.5 -0.2 - 8

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/11/2019
16:28
Skinny Thank you You have jogged my memory. They were 1.50 'ish' after the consolidation.
zeppo
15/11/2019
16:04
10:1 I believe.
skinny
15/11/2019
15:33
Ceres consolidated. Was it 100:1? The same could happen here: after planning permission and investment?
zeppo
15/11/2019
14:46
Don't be naive vatnabrekk. The current capital per share is 0.5p and so it would have been impossible to issue them at any other price. What's happened is someone has done some work worth say £125k to £140k. The company has told them that they want to pay in shares and can arrange a deal with their broker for them to sell the shares so that they will get cash. However, they've then had to explain that the shares have to be issued at 0.5p but that they can only be sold for about 0.39p. So the supplier has bumped up their fee by 20%, the shares have been issued at 0.5p but then sold at 0.39p. The supplier gets their cash, the broker gets a fee and shareholders get diluted ever so slightly. And no "placing" has taken place but actually it's a disguised placing.
jaknife
15/11/2019
14:15
I don't have a problem with that. at 0.5P per share.
vatnabrekk
15/11/2019
13:50
Gimmethefax, they don't have the cash so how else are they expected to pay their bills?
jaknife
15/11/2019
13:09
@2% increase.
skinny
15/11/2019
12:58
Anyone going to mention today's placement of over 37 million shares?
gimmethefax
13/11/2019
17:44
Companies put out videos but the financial press has generally ignored the hydrogen economy. Articles on green energy repeatedly mention wind and solar but seldom if ever include hydrogen or fuel cells.
zeppo
13/11/2019
17:11
Yes - these are indeed interesting times - finally!
skinny
13/11/2019
16:29
Skinny I have to thank you for your earlier posting re Shell and liquid hydrogen. The PHE link was further down on the https//fuelcellsworks.com/news/house-of-lords-urged-to-recognise-british-waste-to-plastic-to-hydrogen-technology/ site.
zeppo
13/11/2019
14:34
Interesting link - I've copied it to the AFC thread.
skinny
13/11/2019
12:19
House of Lords Urged to Recognise British Waste to Plastic to ... hxxps://fuelcellsworks.com/news/house-of-lords-urged-to-recognise-british-waste-to-plastic-to-hydrogen-technology/ Lord St John of Bletso raises the importance of British waste plastic to energy technology and planned Plastic Parks. The importance of Waste2Tricity's pioneering DMG® (Distributed Modular Generation) technology has been raised in the House of Lords, with Lord St John of Bletso urging the House to recognize this "revolutionary new British technology".
zeppo
08/11/2019
11:49
deccer1 8 Nov '19 - 10:09 - 11080 of 11082 (Filtered) Ken Chung 8 Nov '19 - 10:13 - 11081 of 11082 (Filtered) Nobby Why not filter stuck records?
zeppo
08/11/2019
11:32
I think the record is stuck!
nobbygnome
08/11/2019
10:13
Dilution alert! Dilution alert! Dilution alert!AGM resolution to issue 66% more dilutive shares.Lemmings and mushrooms only.
ken chung
08/11/2019
10:09
The AGM resolution to issue 66% more dilutive shares allows half to be issued premptively. That's because they have to issue £20k per month in shares to W2T and more to others, so the dilution is happening all the time.You are a nupty for not even understanding that basic fact.Enjoy you dilution. It devaluing your shares all the time.
deccer1
31/10/2019
11:55
Well they haven't issued any of them yet, despite all the negative prophesies on here. Perhaps they are reserving these shares for a cornerstone investor.
vatnabrekk
31/10/2019
10:14
AGM resolution to allot 66% more dilutive shares.Want a disaster for anyone currently holding who will be diluted down the toilet.
deccer1
29/10/2019
21:38
Sadly that seems to be the case, zeppo.
vatnabrekk
29/10/2019
18:58
December 3rd Planning Committee meeting looks like the earliest that this can be considered.
zeppo
25/10/2019
17:48
Looks good to me: 'Plans for Plastics to Hydrogen Facility at Protos Submitted Peel Environmental – part of Peel L&P – working in partnership with Waste2Tricity has submitted plans for a waste plastic to hydrogen facility at its 54-hectare Protos site near Ellesmere Port which would help reduce fossil fuel consumption and create jobs. The £7m plant will use ‘UK first’ advanced thermal treatment technology developed by PowerHouse Energy Group (AIM:PHE) at Thornton Science Park, next door to Protos. The pioneering DMG® (Distributed Modular Generation) technology could transform the way plastics are dealt with in the region. The plant will take up to 35 tonnes of unrecyclable plastics a day and create a local source of hydrogen which could be used to power road vehicles. This local source of hydrogen could be used as a clean and low-cost fuel for buses, Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs) and cars, helping to reduce air pollution and improve air quality on local roads. The facility would also generate electricity which could be provided to commercial users via a microgrid at Protos, helping to reduce reliance on fossil fuels. Peel Environmental is looking at developing a closed loop solution at Protos where plastics are recycled on-site with the leftover material used to create hydrogen. The development would see a further 14 full time permanent jobs created at the Protos site with over 100 jobs created in the North West during fabrication and construction. Myles Kitcher from Peel Environmental – part of Peel L&P – said: “This is a great step forward towards delivering the first of many waste plastic to hydrogen facilities across the UK. There is huge potential for hydrogen to replace fossil fuels in our transport system. We already have hydrogen buses in Liverpool and trains being converted to hydrogen in Widnes. Using waste plastic to generate a local source of hydrogen could not only help to reduce our reliance on landfill but improve local air quality with a clean and low-cost fuel for buses, HGVs and cars.” John Hall from Waste2Tricity said: “We are excited to have submitted plans for this first plant – the first in a series of developments that have the capability to make the North West a leader in moving towards clean energy and to help in achieving the Government’s target of net zero emissions by 2050. With this plant we are recognising the importance of the low carbon distributed Hydrogen Economy and, importantly, embracing the circular economy. This closed loop solution tackles the country’s problem of how to dispose of unrecyclable plastic whilst producing a clean fuel for the future. Waste2Tricity are proud to be development partners in this global first and look forward to continuing to work with Peel Environmental.”; David Ryan, CEO of PowerHouse Energy Group (AIM:PHE), said: “The submission of the planning application is an important step forward in delivering the first commercial application of the DMG technology, creating hydrogen from waste plastics. The team have worked hard to develop a robust application and we’re hopeful of securing consent and subsequent financial close in the coming months.” The Protos strategic energy hub sits within the Energy Innovation District (EID), which is spearheaded by the Cheshire Energy Hub and brings together energy users, network owners, innovators and partners working alongside Cheshire & Warrington LEP, Cheshire West and Chester Council and the University of Chester. The EID is looking to develop a local, smart energy microgrid which a recent report demonstrated could lead to energy cost savings of up to 25% and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 34%. Ged Barlow, Chair of the Energy Innovation District said: “We’re looking at how electricity generated at places like Protos could be provided directly to energy users in the Energy Innovation District. The creation of a microgrid could transform how we consume energy in the region, reducing costs and saving carbon emissions. Projects such as this are a key part of the North West, and the UKs, road to net zero and show how we’re leading the way.” The project is also one of many under the North West’s bid to become the UKs first low carbon cluster by 2030. The North West Energy and Hydrogen Cluster is being led by the North West Business Leadership Team, with support from Greater Manchester and Liverpool City Region Mayors and the Cheshire & Warrington LEP. In competition with other regions – such as Humber and Teeside – the Cluster could deliver 33,000 jobs, over £4bn investment and save 10 million tonnes of carbon per year Notes to Editors About Peel Environmental and Protos Peel Environmental, part of Peel L&P, owns and develops waste infrastructure projects. It has achieved consent for a range of energy infrastructure schemes including a 49MW Energy from Waste plant at Protos in Cheshire, 21MW Energy from Waste plant and 250,000tpa AD and MRF in Glasgow; and a 20MW Energy Centre at Houghton Main, Barnsley. Peel works with investors, waste management companies, technology providers and contractors to secure a deliverable business model for each project. www.peelenvironmental.co.uk Peel Environmental brought forward and consented the Protos development, previously known as Ince Resource Recovery Park. The 54ha (134 acres) development site has full outline planning consent and part detailed planning consent for general manufacturing and distribution uses (B1, B2 & B8), as well as a biomass facility and an Energy from Waste facility. www.protos.co.uk @ThisIsProtos Protos sits within the Energy Innovation District (EID) which brings together energy users, network owners, innovators and partners working alongside Cheshire & Warrington LEP, Cheshire West and Chester Council and the University of Chester. With the objective of driving down the cost of clean energy the EID is an opportunity to deliver a new decarbonised energy system for the North West of England, meeting the Government’s Clean Growth agenda while boosting economic growth and investment. www.energyinnovationdistrict.com About Peel L&P – realising possibility. We are an ambitious regeneration business with generations of history, heritage and expertise in our DNA. First established in 1971, Peel L&P is now responsible for some of the most transformational development projects in the UK today. Owning and managing 12 million sq ft of property and 20,000 acres of land and water, our holdings are concentrated in the north west of England but we also own and manage significant assets throughout the UK with a total portfolio value of £2.6 billion. As a part of the Peel Group; we are integral to a business that strives to make a positive impact on people’s lives. Our legacy matters. We take great pride in the outcomes we achieve, the people we work with, the way we go about our business and the transformational projects we deliver. Our specialist teams have a proven track record in delivering high-quality, legacy projects across land, property, water and airspace. This includes airports, hotels, waterways, media hubs, event spaces, leisure facilities, retail, workspaces, residential development, industrial & logistical space, public realm, historic gardens and the renewable energy sector. Peel L&P is an agile and ambitious business with a legacy of success for a long-term, sustainable future. We see possibility. We deliver transformation. More information at www.peellandp.co.uk or follow @PeelLandP on Twitter......'
zeppo
25/10/2019
15:05
It implies a level of financial incompetence even greater than Paul Warwick’s!
jaknife
25/10/2019
10:31
Thanks Jak. Oh well, could happen to anyone!
vatnabrekk
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