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PHE Powerhouse Energy Group Plc

1.475
0.025 (1.72%)
14 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  0.025 1.72% 1.475 1.40 1.55 1.50 1.45 1.45 12,493,087 12:11:21
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Scrap & Waste Materials-whsl 380k -46.2M -0.0111 -1.32 61.11M
Powerhouse Energy Group Plc is listed in the Scrap & Waste Materials-whsl sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PHE. The last closing price for Powerhouse Energy was 1.45p. Over the last year, Powerhouse Energy shares have traded in a share price range of 0.245p to 2.20p.

Powerhouse Energy currently has 4,157,414,135 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Powerhouse Energy is £61.11 million. Powerhouse Energy has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -1.32.

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23/2/2024
11:21
Cash

Hydrogen is the way forward unfortunately oil lobbyists have been winning the battle with governments across the globe.

The issue for most companies into Hydrogen is whether they can produce hydrogen at a reasonable price the issue for PHE is whether they can produce hydrogen at all.

grahamwales
23/2/2024
10:54
Yes Graham, it's been too long - no one can argue with that. This is what happens with hopeless management, and boy have Powerhouse had some hopeless management - groan. But we look forward with hope.

With the labour party following the Tories on slashing their future investments in Clean tech, we may as well abandon any hope for our Fuel Cell stocks. Britain was behind the rest before !, a lost cause now. Such a shame, but like previous Powerhouse management, if the management aren't interested the best we can hope for is not to sink.

My opinion only.

tenapen
23/2/2024
10:51
The reason it hasn’t been manufactured yet is because there was no hydrogen economy. But it is now coming, and coming in a big way. The demand for hydrogen is set to go through the roof.
cash2020
23/2/2024
10:17
schofi

Just going on previous history mate. Ten

Its been FOAK for years but still not manufactured. lol

grahamwales
23/2/2024
09:13
Like myself (PM) - Graham (ITM) is sat holding a fuel cell share that isn't going anywhere anytime soon. Frustrating Eh !

Powerhouse energy's DMG is a FOAK - in it to win it.

tenapen
23/2/2024
09:04
Sounds like you both want to be negative on this for a reason. Typical derampers.
schofi2
23/2/2024
08:29
Research the directors of National H2

Lots of fingers in lots of companies but none actually producing any revenue.

Sounds like another scam to me.

grahamwales
22/2/2024
20:26
The site looks good to me with lots of info. All links work for me. If you're looking for negatives I'm sure you'll find them if you look hard enough, but the Australian government seem to want their country to be world leaders in hydrogen production and development. Just wish the UK government could be as positive and support innovative companies like PHE
schofi2
22/2/2024
20:14
Don’t worry Tenapen, it is Powerhouse. PHE are mentioned multiple times in this document. Expect the timelines to be updated very soon…

hxxps://nationalh2.com.au/media/National-H2-Information-Memorandum.pdf?utm_source=National+H2&utm_campaign=1ace110b39-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2022_02_21_03_11_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_25ef9667f3-1ace110b39-1398383180

cash2020
22/2/2024
19:06
Powerhouse energy not mentioned - the website flagging up the National H2 intentions.
tenapen
22/2/2024
16:23
Some people are taking it more seriously than you, perhaps because they know more about it?

See for example:

and the paper that started all the fuss:

Unless you have institutional access you'll have to pay to read either of them in full.

supernumerary
22/2/2024
15:53
Smells of trying to get news out whilst there is an attempt this week to try and get a certain word 'hydrogen' to become vogue.Away from powerhouse, certain people are writing makeshift articles and trying to get hydrogen to be a buzz word so they can benefit (profit) if they manage to create a frenzy over it. The same people will later switch back to pumping lithium or bitcoin etc again.Know their game.There's no such thing as a limitless supply of hydrogen and all that talk of centuries worth of it trapped in reservoirs beneath us is laughable. I didnt realise the earth was like edam....like they want to be believed.Oh dear.
apfindley
22/2/2024
14:02
You're biased.

It's totally vacuous - apart from being inept (all the links fail while the useless popup's there!) - it's full of generalities and pious promises. If it's so good, tell me who owns the company. Or who runs it. Or how much money they have. Or anything more specific about their plans than 'we will raise oodles of money in order to exploit the government grants becoming available'.

And this hydrogen megastar of the future is run out of what looks like a serviced office in Sydney. Anybody who thinks this is a serious business proposition should browse the site for themselves:

I see no point in looking further into this - perhaps someone else will take a look at their company registration information? Wouldn't surprise me to see a White turn up. Or even a Bond!

supernumerary
22/2/2024
13:33
It looks like a decent company webpage to me. Perhaps I'm just biased......



New hydrogen heavyweight, National H2, is on track to announce a series of major deals which will see it build the world’s first network of waste-plastic-to-hydrogen plants across the APAC region.

To achieve this, National H2 is forming a powerful consortium involving a publicly-listed technology partner along with a global conglomerate as the key project partner.

“Our mission is to develop over 240 waste-plastic-to-hydrogen plants across the APAC region, which will play an integral role in overcoming energy, waste, and climate challenges,” says National H2 Director, Richard Allen.

The Company currently has four initial sites being considered for development in Australia and Singapore, along with a significant amount of locations in the pipeline, which they intend to transform into state-of-the-art hydrogen production facilities.

National H2 will use groundbreaking technology that takes non-recyclable waste plastics and converts them into hydrogen, syngas, and clean electricity while capturing the entrained carbon in the plastic for permanent sequestration.
“With 3.5 million tonnes of waste plastic available in Australia, there is enough to supply feedstock for 200 plants across the country, which places us in a strong position for rapid, sustainable growth.”

“Through this, we believe we will develop the next generation of infrastructure that will connect millions of people with clean hydrogen energy for the next hundred years while also permanently removing damaging plastics from our oceans and other natural habitats.”

National H2 expects to finalise these agreements by the end of Q2 CY23. Following this, the Company will immediately begin seeking a planned listing on a major exchange to finance the large-scale opportunity it has at hand.

schofi2
22/2/2024
13:03
Am I right to think they will be sleeping on Australia ?
tenapen
22/2/2024
11:47
A long way to go before I make any money off my shareholding here!
Like many, I bought in too early, too much, and at too high a price!

vatnabrekk
22/2/2024
11:38
You’re right in that it doesn’t burn the plastic but think the Scottish problem was they thought it was incinerated. Think I’m right as a furnace though 🤔.


Anyway until they can prove it works at scale and actually make money it’s still pie in the sky.

Best of luck and hope you have managed to make some money back off today’s announcement.

grahamwales
22/2/2024
09:32
It's not a furnace, and it doesn't burn anything! That was the problem with th Scottish project, the locals thought it was going to be an incinerator throwing toxic fumes into the atmosphere, and no-one for either Peel or the Greens bothered to educate them otherwise.

Yes the prototype does look rather "Heath Robinson" but it does the job, and it produced the data that they needed to build the computer model to prove the concept, using a variety of feed stocks.

Ads I say, they are considering bringing it down to the Bridgend facility in addition to the new kiln, so they must think it has some use.

vatnabrekk
22/2/2024
09:04
From what I seen it was nothing more than a furnace burning plastics at a very small scale lol.

Whatever happened to the material bought up front for Protos.

grahamwales
22/2/2024
08:52
Australia govt. very supportive of hydrogen
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