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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
  -0.10 -2.78% 3.50 3.45 3.55 3.575 3.50 3.55 5,350,122 15:51:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -1.7 -0.1 - 123

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06/1/2020
07:52
Rofl where is the money coming from?
barnes4
06/1/2020
07:51
In the quote at the end Robert Mee refers to the plant costing a hefty "£20 million". That is going to mean an awful lot more dilution for someone and sounds like someone has been economical with the truth about the true costs. Avoid.
deccer1
06/1/2020
07:36
Sorry Ken that should read chums. I don't know how many chins you have.
whatsthepoint
06/1/2020
07:31
Only a complete idiot would short this stock
superbarnet
06/1/2020
07:29
You and your chins are going to be in big trouble if you persist on this strategy. This is PhE's year.
whatsthepoint
06/1/2020
07:29
Getting worried about your short Ken
whatsthepoint
06/1/2020
07:20
Should be a good day
superbarnet
06/1/2020
07:15
Why couldn't PHE have applied for that grant themselves? What percentage of future revenues have W2T given away to Cheshire and Warrington LEP in exchange for the grant if it's a public private partnership? Why didn't PHE employ a few staff within PHE to do everything they have been paying related party private company W2T to do since 2017 at a cost of £20k per month, so preserving a larger proportion of future revenues for PHE and its shareholders?
ken chung
06/1/2020
07:06
David Ryan, CEO of PowerHouse Energy said: “We congratulate W2T and Peel on securing this award :::boom:::
tenapen
05/1/2020
23:08
I note Waste2Tricity has just issued more shares at nominal value of 1p each. Since buying and cancelling 340,500 shares at 5.87p on 28 Feb 2019 they have issued a further 161,500 shares at 1p nominal value and no premium. This includes 11,560 issued on 2 Jan 2020. In addition, W2T issued 4,500 shares at £1.00 on 2 Jan 2020. This shareholder, unfortunately had to pay a 99p per share premium, unlike the other 11,560 shares issued on the same day. I wonder why thede shares were issued at nil premium yet from 8 Nov 2018 to 1 May 2019 shares were issued at £8.18 each, a £8.17 premium per share.
nelson5100
05/1/2020
15:29
AFC sold their 24% shareholding in W2T for just £20k a few months ago so that valued 100% of W2T at just £83k. On that basis the proposed W2T takeover terms should be 99:1 in PHE's favour, not 60:40, but I will be generous and say 95:5. You can still vote against it and the dilution, and demand better terms. Lemmings and mushrooms only.
ken chung
04/1/2020
19:59
Share consolidation seems logical now. Then? Rights issue or takeover? I certainly hope it is the former. This company and this project has a massive, massive future!
zeppo
03/1/2020
07:53
Another thing is that under the 2017 agreement W2T were supposed to start repaying PHE the £20k per month PHE had been paying them, once a project was up and running.Now 36 months into the arrangement, that means W2T already owe PHE £720,000, increasing at £20k per month. By June 2020 it would have been £840,000 and by Dec 2020 £960,000.I doubt W2T could repay that and the fact the debt exists to PHE raises more questions about why PHE should be paying so much to buy W2T. PHE should get them for nothing in return for cancelling the debt imo.
deccer1
02/1/2020
23:00
Correct but not necessarily any more issues as revenue will start on engineering contracts.
whatsthepoint
02/1/2020
22:49
slatry this is how I see the calculation: PHE already has 1.961 billion shares in issue (15/11/2019) so they will have to issue another 1.307 billion shares to buy Waste2Tricity on the 60:40 basis: PHE 60% = 1.961 billion shares at present (15/11/2019) W2T 40% = 1.307 billion shares to be issued to buy W2T Total 100% = 3.268 billion shares after completion So after the 60:40 takeover there will be 3.268 billion shares in issue, plus more issued on a regular basis to pay other ongoing costs. The 1.307 bn new shares expressed as a percentage of the current issued 1.961 bn shares, implies 67% more shares, not 40%.
tewkesbury
02/1/2020
21:18
Im confident in say 'fark' makes sense to you.
slartybartfaster
02/1/2020
20:21
elrico says there will be 40% additional shares if the merger goes ahead. hTTps://lemminginvestors.blogspot.com/?m=1
slartybartfaster
02/1/2020
15:17
Agreed that's what I have been saying all along.
whatsthepoint
02/1/2020
15:08
Correct. I don't visit another advfn thread where posters argue over the same imaginary outcomes over and over again. Let's wait for an RNS confirmation and then pull it to pieces :-) Regards
tenapen
02/1/2020
15:02
There will have to be a full explanation for the transaction if they want to get PHE shareholders' approval. A lot of questions need to be answered. I await in anticipation.
vatnabrekk
02/1/2020
14:43
It wouldn't be so bad if W2T had already fully funded their share of costs towards the first 10 or 11 projects with PEEL but as far as I can see they have not. If W2T had then PHE would be buying W2T to get those future additional revenues proportionate to W2T's funded stakes in each project, but as it stands PHE don't seem to be buying back anything in terms of future revenues as PHE will now have to fund W2T's share of future projects in order to get those extra revenues? I think PHE always had the option anyway to contribute extra funding to get a larger proportion of project revenues. Surely they do not need to buy W2T to do that now? Its even worse if you look at W2T's accounts to 30/4/2019. W2T had investments of only £27k and Net Liabilities of £371k. No reference to paid up stakes in any projects or a successful fund raise to help fund any projects. Maybe W2T were unable to raise the funds? The mists thicken even more when you consider PHE presumably renewed W2T's original 2 year contract in early 2019, only to propose what seems to amount to buying themselves out of that contract now and paying a hell of a lot for the privalege. Then also we discover AFC Energy sold their 24% shareholding in W2T back to W2T in 2019 for just £20,000 so valuing all of W2T at just £83,333. This will all take a lot of explaining.
deccer1
02/1/2020
11:24
There is no way the proposed 60:40 takeover ratio can be acceptable to PHE shareholders. PHE already has 1.961 billion shares in issue (15/11/2019) so they will have to issue another 1.307 billion shares to buy Waste2Tricity on the 60:40 basis: PHE 60% = 1.961 billion shares at present (15/11/2019) W2T 40% = 1.307 billion shares to be issued to buy W2T Total 100% = 3.268 billion shares after completion So after the 60:40 takeover there will be 3.268 billion shares in issue, plus more issued on a regular basis to pay other ongoing costs. Write and telephone PHE's Chairman Cameron Davies to demand better (less dilutive) terms for PHE. I suggest 90:10 PHE:W2T.
tewkesbury
02/1/2020
11:05
Not that it probably matters a great deal, but it is the Chairman, Dr. Cameron Davies, who is dealing with the restructuring transaction. David Ryan has stepped back from it because he has shares in both companies. It's probably fair to say that most PHE shareholders will be OK with idea of combining the two companies for reasons already discussed, but the concern relates to the "price" being paid fo W2T in the form of PHE shares. No doubt Dr. Davies is well aware of these concerns, but if anyone feels the need to write to someone, then it ought to be addressed to Dr. Cameron Davies and not David Ryan.
vatnabrekk
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