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
  -0.075 -7.14% 0.975 0.95 1.00 1.05 0.825 1.05 33,215,195 12:24:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -2.5 -0.2 - 20

Powerhouse Energy Share Discussion Threads

Showing 15401 to 15423 of 16900 messages
Chat Pages: Latest  628  627  626  625  624  623  622  621  620  619  618  617  Older
DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/10/2019
12:57
Gimmethefax: I am not aware of anyone claiming that PHE are currently selling hydrogen and electricity. Certainly I have never claimed that. I am fairly sure that they are not currently producing hydrogen for selling from the prototype, because given the quantity of syngas and the cost of the additional equipment required to purify the hydrogen, that simply wouldn't be a viable proposition. Although I have said that the prototype is being used to generate electricity for the Thornton Park mini grid (as reported by the company itself) I have never claimed that they are selling it because I have no idea how much electricity they are generating, nor what sort of arrangement they have with Thornton Park. It may be, for all I know, that they have some sort of reciprocal arrangement other than charging for it.
vatnabrekk
10/10/2019
10:18
Mushrooms and Lemmings
smokey 1o3
10/10/2019
10:02
DILUTION WARNING! DILUTION WARNING! DILUTION WARNING! AGM resolutions 6 and 7 approved on 14/8/2019 allow PHE to allot 66% more shares ('rights issue') and 35% pre-emptively. That is a shed load more dilution. Hardly surprising as they will be loss making for years and have not built even one commercial unit let alone the multiple units they would need just to breakeven. Loads more dilution coming. Below 0.2p soon. hTTps://www.powerhouseenergy.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Notice-of-AGM-2019.pdf
ken chung
10/10/2019
09:43
No, I do not need to attend an AGM to see a bad investment. I have previously been invested here, when I also thought this could be massive! I dug deeper and found it to be quite a disgraceful company, imho. People are saying that PHE are selling electricity or hydrogen. They are not. Revenue is 0. Why I still follow and post? Because I am very curious to see how long this company can stay afloat on peoples dreams and hard-earned money.
gimmethefax
10/10/2019
09:15
Gimmethefax Are you an investor yourself? This is obviously a high risk, high reward investment. vatnabrekk and I attended the AGM. Did you?
zeppo
10/10/2019
08:27
This planet-saving, DMG prototype is also valued at a whopping 954 pounds....Probably a lot less than many peoples investments in this company.?
gimmethefax
10/10/2019
08:25
From what I can see, they have 0 revenue. Look at their accounts.
gimmethefax
10/10/2019
07:21
Scrutable: Yes of course it is not Cambridge University, it is Chester. Post amended. Regarding your other points I am not in a position to comment or answer, so if you want to know more detail about the prototype I suggest you write to David Ryan. I believe he is happy to respond to genuine questions.
vatnabrekk
10/10/2019
07:05
"Micro grid - lights in the toilets before the council shuts down the place." And that's not misleading?
vatnabrekk
10/10/2019
06:40
vatman- do be more careful about posting inaccurate and highly mis-leading information which neither you nor any third party have verified. It is not 'operating', if has undergone very limited testing, it has not been tested on a variety of feedstocks, tyre crumble (pre-screened) and mixed plastics only. Micro grid - lights in the toilets before the council shuts down the place.
lagosboy
10/10/2019
03:39
Possibly Chester University? Patience needed. Why keep predicting a negatve result when the match is still in play? On major investors: if thresholds are chsnged then RNSs are mandatory. Major investors can get closér to the realities of a company than we can. Major investers appear to be continuing their support.
zeppo
10/10/2019
03:39
Smartphone stuck 4:42 am
zeppo
09/10/2019
22:48
vattnabrekk I am aware of the points you have made. Mine is that there is still no evidence that the prototype can run uninterruptedly for at least a few hours and produce hydrogen, and electricity for the grid, in any useful, observable, invoiceable quantity. Please will any shareholder or engineer or scientist assure me that they have actually attended such a production run. With rhe company so short of cash every £100 worth of output would be evidence that the future holds more than hope for us all. But the witnesses are, so far as I have encountered, all relying on hearsay. You report with confidence, above, that the prototype at Thornton Park (surely not at Cambridge University as you quote) is achieving what I am asking for. Has anyone seen credit notes from the micro-grid owners who have received the electricity?. Is there anything in the recent accounts to show this? Have you actually watched production with your own eyes? Have you actually drunk the wine?
scrutable
09/10/2019
22:31
vatnabrekk Thank you for your post. Why do doubters bother to post?
zeppo
09/10/2019
21:29
Just for info, the prototype 1-3 tonne per day DGM unit is operating at Chester University's Thornton Park and generating electricity into the Thornton Park micro grid. It has been used to accumulate data using a variety of feedstocks, and this data has been used to extrapolate engineering info used in the design of the first commercial unit, which will be a 35 tonne per day DMG unit to be built at Peel's Protos Park next year. The planning application for the site infrastructure, buildings and DMG unit at Protos Park was submitted to Chester Council a few weeks ago, and assuming that planning permission may be received in the next couple of months or so, construction of the site should be able to commence when W2T (the developer) secures finance for the project. The latest target I am aware of is for the first commercial unit to be commissioned and operational about Q3 / Q4 next year, although I would not be surprised if that timeline drifts. In the meantime, the prototype at Thornton Park is earning revenue for PHE as it is being used to run tests and accumulate data on a variety of feedstocks on behalf of potential customers who are interested in the DMG technology, and who are paying for the testing and collection of data to be done. This info is all available in various RNS releases and video interviews throughout the current year, as well as notes posted by individuals who attended the AGM. Incidentally, the planning application was prepared and submitted by W2T and Peel who put much time and resources into it, and of course PHE were heavily involved from a technical perspective.
vatnabrekk
09/10/2019
20:45
Zeppo You are missing the point entirely. The price or cost of the Hydrogen is irrelevant. It seems that I have to spell it out. This process is repeatedly endorsed as fit for the sale or licensing of its IP. but noone has yet explained why neither hydrogen, nor electricity has been produced. If so why was this cash strapped project not interested in reducing development costs by at least monetising the alleged products- - hydrogen or electricity - however small the quantity. It is difficult, without alternative evidence, to believe that the process has ever undergone or achieved a few hours of actual production and all the assertions we have read or heard must have been and continue to be.....outright porkies. The story of this process development reads like the report of a religous miracle akin to turning water into wine, and investors are desperate to believe in it. What other conclusion can a rational person come to? What on earth do PEEL/W2T know that we don't know? How on earth have they developed the confidence to sign contracts to exploi the IP ...? Or do they simply have the necessary range of get-out clauses when benchmarks and milestones are not passed in the future?
scrutable
09/10/2019
18:51
competitively priced- that is such a ridiculous statement to make at this stage. Hydrogen is not priced according to assumption based spreadsheets but by real world experience of which Phe has none. Its unproven, not expected to be commercially viable even if deliverable and that's why Phe is valued as it is. Now if you know different to te experts that have supposedly cast their eyes over this groundbreaking technology them so be it, but ignoring the obvious is generally a very stupid game. As for patience, Phe shareholders should be commended and not patronised by Johnny come lateley's like yourself. Phe has been mucking about with this in various shapes and forms for almost two decades now.
lagosboy
09/10/2019
14:22
I am more confident now with PHE. Discussion at the AGM appeared to suggest that their hydrogen is already competitively priced compared to eg ITM. And PHE's can achieve even lower costs when commercial production is onstream. Impatient shareholders have slagged of directors of AFC, PHE, ITM etc but ITM is looking more promising now. Patience needed here. More of a concern to me is the lack of interest in the hydrogen economy by financial journalists. On AFC's site I quoted a Sunday Times article sbout power hungry data centres which logically should have mentioned Cummins, Ceres etc. Every other type of 'green' energy was mentioned but nothing at all on fuel cells and hydrogen. With press exposure SPs would go the right way more noticably when there is good news as with CWR and ITM. There will be good news here IMHO.
zeppo
09/10/2019
13:43
my apologies for the duplicate.
scrutable
09/10/2019
13:43
I have been interested in PHE for several years and twice took a six-figure holding, when the price was about 2p, held for a year but found the actual stste of Allaun's version unconvincing and his hopes for success unjustified as I did for those of Warwick his most persistent supporter. I sold out twice, but still believed it could be worth waiting on the sidelines patiently.for a break through................ I still believe that the world desperstely needs a solution for this Waste to Energy problem, but am still not confident that the new management has found the answer. CEO Ryan' s assertions at the AGM, and current presentation material are certainly more confident and the 'contracts' more impressive, the potential still greater but will someone please convincingly tell me that one kilo of Hydrogen has yet been gathered and sold/ and that the lab model has run one or two full work shifts continuously for a whole day without breaking down. I have never shorted a share. I believe it be close to criminality to do so. It destroys other people's wealth. I still await a credible report by a scientifically competent person of having attended a real production shift, or with my attention elsewhere on CWR, ITM, OXB etc have I missed it and am now behind positive events?
scrutable
06/10/2019
10:32
I shared the Twitter link on Tuesday so it's at least that long
cmackay
06/10/2019
10:12
This might be a better link: hTTps://twitter.com/cnni/status/1178753450613587968?s=19
vatnabrekk
06/10/2019
07:50
Can any one say when this went on the CNN site? 'How plastic waste is being turned into clean hydrogen - cnn.com https://www.cnn.com/videos/business/2019/09/30/econundrum-powerhouse-plastics.cnn How plastic waste is being turned into clean hydrogen Powerhouse Energy CEO David Ryan discusses his company's mission to turn plastic waste into clean hydrogen. Source: CNN' I find difficulty getting the sound track.
zeppo
Chat Pages: Latest  628  627  626  625  624  623  622  621  620  619  618  617  Older
Your Recent History
LSE
PHE
Powerhouse..
Register now to watch these stocks streaming on the ADVFN Monitor.

Monitor lets you view up to 110 of your favourite stocks at once and is completely free to use.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P: V: D:20200228 12:40:33