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
  -0.03 -9.38% 0.29 0.28 0.30 0.32 0.285 0.32 16,422,966 15:24:32
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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02/10/2019
11:39
zeppo- whilst attacking the messenger rather than the message is your prerogative I think it would serve you better to follow Gimme's advice and dig a little deeper.
lagosboy
01/10/2019
21:04
lagosboy Look at CWRs results out Wednesday 2nd Oct. 2019. CWR has been through difficult times in the past. The present directors have transformed it. The future of a company is not always limited by its past history. What doesn't 'ad up' is an investor in a company slagging it off. Are you actually an investor in PHE? If not,what do you get out of making negative posts? What certainly does not 'add up' is non-investors attempting to undermine a company. Investing in the stock market is a risky business. Actual investors are aware of that. Those investors who actually attend AGMs can make up their own minds.
zeppo
01/10/2019
20:00
So the pioneering technology has a value of £7 m ! KA used to say the same thing until he disappeared. As I said, something does not add up here.
lagosboy
01/10/2019
19:14
htTps://twitter.com/cnni/status/1178753450613587968?s=19
cmackay
01/10/2019
15:44
Just like Phe, the pack argument is flawed - the only group even closely warranting the label 'pack' are all on the bull side.
lagosboy
01/10/2019
13:22
People are suffering, people are dying.
dodge_city
01/10/2019
13:04
I see you guys are still hunting in packs. Hilarious!
vatnabrekk
01/10/2019
12:49
Been watching for some time Vat but the disconnect between comments on here and a £7 m mkt cap is difficult to fathom, unless of course the technology is not all that it has been cracked up to be. Toyota seem to have taken a look and made a pretty quick retreat. If their engineers believed in it and delay due to a PP at Protos would be totally irrelevant.
lagosboy
01/10/2019
12:39
"No-one can say for certain that it will or will not work at commercial level until the first commercial-sized unit is built, which is what they are working on right now." The very fact that (a) PHE have been trying to commercialise the technology for almost twenty years now, and (b) many other companies have tried to commercialise the exact same technology but have failed and given up after wasting hundreds of millions, should make people realise that the chances of success are negligibly small, if greater than zero to begin with. A very simple point is that whilst it is claimed that "the technology works on the prototype on a smaller scale" the prototype is not actually being run on a day to day basis and is not being used to produce *ANY* revenues. One would have thought that a company that is as desperate for cash as PHE's balance sheet suggests would happily run that machine on a regular basis *IF* it actually worked. Obviously it doesn't. JakNife
jaknife
01/10/2019
12:26
Watch this space, lagos boy!!
vatnabrekk
01/10/2019
11:54
Seems odd to me that Phe is still valued at just £7 m. Surely with presumably watertight protected technology more than one suitor would have appeared on the scene by now? £7 m is petty cash to Toyota and they could not care less about PP's. All this planning permission stuff is a load of old baloney, a diversion from the real issue as to why no suitors and why no ability to raise funding to accelerate this technology to market. Nothing adds up here.
lagosboy
01/10/2019
11:48
Vatnabrekk Your are 100o% correct in what you say and very patient with this lot I may say. LOL
smokey 1o3
01/10/2019
10:56
The point is, Jim, the technology works on the prototype on a smaller scale. The engineers believe that they can scale it up to commercial size and that the technology will work at that level. Peel Environmental and others seem to believe them and are supporting them. No-one can say for certain that it will or will not work at commercial level until the first commercial-sized unit is built, which is what they are working on right now. They cannot build a commercial unit before it is built! So we will all know once that is done. We all know what stage the development is at. And I think we all know and accept that there is a risk, as indeed there is a risk with any company. Even large travel companies can fail.
vatnabrekk
01/10/2019
10:34
Vatnabrekk, we are obviously on a different wavelength, however my argument is self explanatory. PHE can build a hundred plants but if the technology doesent work commercally, what does PHE have other than a story, a story that is so old but is still convincing some people.
luckey jim
01/10/2019
09:28
They have only just submitted the planning application, so they could hardly start building before they get the planning permission, could they now. These things take time, and the steps have all been reported in RNSs and video interviews. So it's not as if we didn't know what progress was being made, and when. And yes there have been delays to the original targets. But we all know about that, so it's not as if the info had been hidden from the public. Next question?
vatnabrekk
01/10/2019
09:27
Vatnabrekk, I think you have left your brain behind. PHE have tried to prove the technology commercially over many years and failed. Without the technology working commercially PHE have nothing.
luckey jim
01/10/2019
08:54
Why haven't they built a commercial unit? Why are they struggling to get funding for a commercial unit?
gimmethefax
01/10/2019
08:46
How can it be expected to work commercially when they haven't built the first commercial unit yet? Stating the bleeding obvious!
vatnabrekk
01/10/2019
08:16
All the positive postings on this site are in "Cloud Cuckoo Land". As I have said many times before, the technology does not work commercially.
luckey jim
01/10/2019
07:08
Death spiral finance will be visiting here.
dodge_city
01/10/2019
06:43
How are they a key client? They were just one option out of many. Anyone with a single cell can see the focus is in developing Dmgs for the gasification of plastics at an initial 10 sites in the uk.Did wrightbus contribute any money worthy of then use of significant in your drivel?
slartybartfaster
29/9/2019
23:22
Ken, Mushrooms and lemmings.
smokey 1o3
29/9/2019
22:59
Lemmings and mushrooms only.
ken chung
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