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
  0.00 0.0% 0.33 0.32 0.34 0.33 0.315 0.33 17,527,227 15:45:33
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -2.5 -0.2 - 6

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31/8/2019
08:39
And the RNS does not say that PHE will give 50% of its profits to W2T. To make that statement is a misrepresentation of what it actually says.
vatnabrekk
31/8/2019
07:26
Profits are not revenues.
vatnabrekk
31/8/2019
07:11
Sounds fair enought to me !. Without W2T, Powerhouse would be no where !, and so W2T deserve the compensation due for a good job done. Investors with vision only.
tenapen
30/8/2019
23:07
er, what bit of "profits will be shared 50/50" are you having trouble with?
steverabet
30/8/2019
21:04
I am well aware of that particular RNS, and it certainly doesn’t state that W2T gets 50% of PHE’s revenues as stated by Ken. Nor does it state that W2T gets 50% of PHE’s profits.
vatnabrekk
30/8/2019
09:45
vatna, re 50% of PHE profit going to w2t, this from 18/1/17 rns "The terms of the contract are such that Waste2tricity will initially be compensated in PowerHouse shares for its fees of £20,000 per month to be issued on a monthly basis. 51 per cent. of the shares will be restricted until a final investment decision on a commercial project is reached. Subsequent to successful project development, and after each party recovers its project-related costs (including PoweHouse recovering the expense of the shares issued,) the profits of the project will be shared 50/50. In the event it becomes necessary, each party will provide the other with specialized, externally sourced, personnel at cost + 5 per cent.; such cost to be recovered from the project related costs as defined above"
steverabet
28/8/2019
21:02
Very happy not to have been given investment advice and purchased the same as that shareholder. In January 2016 following a share placing they held 23m shares or 5.43% of the total equity. But following substantial share placings they have had to increase the number of shares held by 4.6 times to keep neatly the same shareholding percentage of 5.77% at May 2019. Since January 2016 the share price has also failed to increase dropping from 0.55p to the current 0.4p.
nelson5100
28/8/2019
18:58
lagosboy Read : 'Substantial Shareholders' in the PHE Annual Report. W2T's Commercial Consultant has 5.77% valued (even at current low prices) at well over £400,000. That is cash committment! That investment will only gain value when PHE gains value. It appears that he has faith in PHE.
zeppo
28/8/2019
07:59
W2T - As far as I am aware and records at CH confirm this, W2T has no cash, no capital and has never generated any income or closed any projects of note. If the DMG is as groundbreaking as those believe it to be on here, surely it would be able to cut a better deal than the one with W2T It also occurs to me that it is Phe shareholders that have suffered dilution and put up millions in hard cash to develop the DMG. What have W2T contributed - a big fat nothing. Its a stitch up.
lagosboy
28/8/2019
06:52
What is this nonsense about W2T taking 50% of the revenues? Where on earth does it say that in any RNS?
vatnabrekk
28/8/2019
03:23
vatnavtekk is in a state of denial and suffering from confirmation bias. In other words displaying the characteristic of a typical lemming and mushroom. It looks to me like PHE deliberately allowed themselves to become vassels to related party private company W2T, set up by the same person who set up PHE and who will take 50% of the revenues. If I was running PHE, I would be doing that work myself and keeping those revenues for PHE shareholders. No one has ever managed to satisfactorily justify W2T's involvement as far as I can see. Why oh why oh why?And they won't have a full size commercial unit up and running this year will they, same as last year and the year before. There goes another missed deadline.
ken chung
27/8/2019
21:04
Nobby - you're missing the point. I'm not 'suggesting they are lying' - I'm suggesting that what they are saying may not be true. You agree that my view could be right, but offer no way to check. It may work for you, but 'the whites of their eyes' cuts no ice with me, nor I suggest with most rational investors. Where are the hard facts? Remember the proverb - 'trust, but verify'. Regarding 'the sake of the planet' how do you think phe might achieve more than Plasma Power, who are clearly much more respected by their engineering peers?
supernumerary
27/8/2019
20:34
>> supernumerary Of course I don't know everything they said is true....but conversely having not been there you are suggesting they are lying with absolutely no evidence. At least I was there and saw the whites of their eyes. You weren't! The Chairman didn't need to say anything to me and so I trust what he said. I have already stated there is clearly risk here but I am certain after the AGM that the management are determined and focused on delivery. They may or may not succeed...but you pays your money and takes your chance either way. But let's deal with facts and not hearsay from keyboard warriors! Let's hope for the sake of the planet that they succeed. Cue explosion from Jack.....
nobbygnome
27/8/2019
19:59
Nobby - but how do you know what they're saying is true? How do you distinguish between: Case 1 - the chairman is speaking from his true belief supported by concrete evidence, that all is well and commercial success is imminent, and Case 2 - the chairman knows the odds are 99% against, but doesn't want to be the first to say the emperor has no clothes? You can't just front up at an AGM and believe everything you're told, so how do you check?
supernumerary
27/8/2019
18:17
Nobbygnome Thank you!
zeppo
27/8/2019
17:46
>> Zeppo I completely and utterly agree. There was so much positive information at the AGM that as you say it is definitely a hold. Yes there is still risk that they can deliver the functioning units but that is a risk worth taking. Most important for me was my discussion with the Chairman who said that the company had become much more focused in the last 18 months and he is now confident they will deliver as a result. But of course the bashers behind their keyboards who have never attended a PHE meeting in their lives know better....
nobbygnome
27/8/2019
17:38
A senior representative of W2T was at the AGM. We were able to chat to him. I am content to hold my investment in PHE. Other posters who attended the AGM also seem content to hold. Serial 'knockers', 'carpers' and 'whingers' are unlikely to be shareholders. They should be filtered.
zeppo
27/8/2019
16:08
You know the answers yourself nelson don't you. You're just a tease, aren't you.
vatnabrekk
27/8/2019
15:39
Oh dear surely all the tampers could name one project which W2T has successfully implemented? Why has PHE selected them as a partner if not for their success??
nelson5100
27/8/2019
13:29
superbarnet Agreed! They do not merit response or comment.
zeppo
27/8/2019
12:44
The filter works well on all the usual suspects
superbarnet
27/8/2019
12:44
Ah Nobby , could you name which projects W2T has successfully implemented? Could you name their customer so I can see the impact on their finances and looking forward compare this to PHE having similar success. To save you much effort only one project will be necessary. Thank you.
nelson5100
27/8/2019
10:42
And vatnabrekk is correct; the company is now much more focussed on delivery and so it is pointless navel gazing about the past which is what the bears love to do!
nobbygnome
27/8/2019
10:41
Talk about confirmation bias behaviour I think you are the absolutely classic example of that Jack!!!!
nobbygnome
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