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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
  0.15 5.26% 3.00 3.05 3.20 3.25 2.55 2.80 73,615,088 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -2.5 -0.2 - 62

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/1/2020
12:19
But you can't have a family ISA as it stands for individual it's not an FSA But know what you mean it's all tax free that's the big bonus. And that could be a big big big saving if you hold tight.
whatsthepoint
10/1/2020
12:17
You will be ok I'm sure. Zeppo
whatsthepoint
10/1/2020
12:14
Added a few Mostly in ISAs so hoping for big things!
zeppo
10/1/2020
12:09
It's far from a dead duck with the Peel contract for 11 plants The penny is starting to drop that we have a billion pound corporate that wants to be a big hydrogen producer in the north west as they are a founding member of the North West Hydrogen Association They had a conference at Protos only Yesterday so maybe some buyers have emerged from attending and liking the story.
whatsthepoint
10/1/2020
11:58
Bought more this morning after thinking a few weeks back that it was a dead duck . Planning approval should be a big influence
juju44
10/1/2020
11:54
New 52 week highs
whatsthepoint
10/1/2020
10:11
And what price would you put on PHE with the same working plant with an order for 10 more and the rest of the world to roll out ??Sensible answers please
whatsthepoint
10/1/2020
08:55
Difference is Ceres Power have a fully functional, reliable working product.
gimmethefax
09/1/2020
16:41
Is a consolidstion likely. CWR consolidated at 10:1 when their share price was 15p. PHE could consolidate at 100:1 ? Then trading as a 50p+ share before proceeding upward. CWR were £1.50 after their consolidation. Weichai invested heavily in CWR at £1.65. CWR are now £2.70 'ish'.
zeppo
09/1/2020
16:36
Obviously assuming the acquisition is voted through. Which I believe it will.
whatsthepoint
09/1/2020
16:27
Just accept the fact that this is going to go a lot lot higher as the Protos project comes to fruition. Even with 3.3 billion shares this is stil mega cheap £100 million plus company just on Peel deals already agreed. Any news or interest feom Asia and it's sky's the limit Don't be short please it will break you
whatsthepoint
09/1/2020
16:25
The shares were to be paid back on projects so it's not a payment it's a loan
whatsthepoint
09/1/2020
16:11
PHE paid W2T £20k a month in PHE shares since Jan 2017. Why didnt PHE employ the same people but within PHE and still pay them £20k a month in PHE shares but preserve more value for PHE shareholders? Answer that question!
deccer1
09/1/2020
15:46
Ken it couldn't afford to do it any other way. You and others have already highlighted the plight shareholders have suffered for many placings to keep the lights on. Now the gravy train is about to flow they have made in my opinion. Avery sensible decision to bring that development contract in house and as the potential is so high the price being agreed is actually very good. The potential is so high it's better all in-house.
whatsthepoint
09/1/2020
15:36
Vatnabrekk, anyone can implement a development proposal having planning consent. It does not have to be the applicant unless there is a condition tieing iplementation to a named person, e.g. a farm workers dwelling granted as an exception. This will not be the case here. I think you will find the SPV used an agent anyway to prepare the application, i.e. to do the work, which is something a PHE/Peel SPV could presumably have paid someone to do? So far I have seen nothing special that W2T have brought to the table that PHE could not have done by paying those same people or others to do. To me it seems the elephant in the room is why PHE did not, so preserving more value for their own shareholders and avoiding the current dilutive takeover proposal ?
ken chung
09/1/2020
15:35
Yes indeed. Perhaps I misunderstood zeppo's point.
vatnabrekk
09/1/2020
15:29
Zeppo I think vatnabreak means the takeover of W2T not of PHE by a n other.
whatsthepoint
09/1/2020
15:19
I believe that the planning application will go before the planning committee on Tuesday 4th February and I think there is a very good chance permission will be granted. The application is in the names of Peel and W2T as developers of the site and its operation, not PHE, so if it is granted then presumably that will help to strengthen the justification for the "price" in terms of PHE shares to take W2T over.
vatnabrekk
09/1/2020
15:13
vatnabrekk Re 11476 To want to take the company over you must realise its potential - which could be huge. To be able to take it out at .59p would be disappointing. Planning permission will surely firm the present price. I hope that news of any possible bid/takeover does not come before that.
zeppo
09/1/2020
14:57
Ken,You seem to have a personal vendetta against W2T and some of the individuals involved.Would not surprise me if you know them personally.I invested in PPH at 0.5 and I'm very confident that this will surpass 1p in the very near future.But I do enjoy your moronic banter.
foliage1
09/1/2020
12:55
Ken what on earth are you smoking its time to change the record mate cant you see that
whatsthepoint
09/1/2020
12:35
Takeover already priced in I reckon.
vatnabrekk
09/1/2020
12:32
Looks like it will drop like a stone if the dilutive takeover goes ahead.
ken chung
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