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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
  0.035 1.08% 3.275 3.20 3.35 3.325 3.275 3.28 2,602,694 08:00:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -1.7 -0.1 - 122

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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
07/1/2020
22:09
Lol poor Ken! :))
cmackay
07/1/2020
16:35
Mid price shoots above 0.6 Wow! That's one in the eye for Ken & Co!
vatnabrekk
07/1/2020
16:30
Can't get an online quote to sell even 100k.
cmackay
07/1/2020
16:12
Just wish my Optibiotix would follow suit. Still lovely to see this rising all the same 😊 (Got a big September spreadbet) John
2350220
07/1/2020
16:08
Don't know must be contracts or other issues that were not just to do with value of shares You will have to ask AFC The market likes this share at the moment
whatsthepoint
07/1/2020
16:07
Great to see a desperate shorter....
nobbygnome
07/1/2020
16:06
Oh dear looks like Mr Chung is being stir fried.
robo175
07/1/2020
16:06
"Market"? So why did AFC only value W2T at £83k last year and it seems W2T are not currently a "public company" with a successful stockmarket flotation? Did the market reject a flotation proposal? Why did PHE give way the roll out rights to W2T in 2017 and pay W2T to exist, instead of paying staff in house PHE to do the work and preserve more value for PHE shareholders? Is it anything to do with the fact W2T is a private related party company? I only ask the questions? Why don't you have the answers? If I have misread anything then please explain. Do you have insider information? What trouble am I in? None? -------------------------- Ken Chung 7 Jan '20 - 15:43 - 11463 of 11467 Edit 0 1 0 The proposed 60:40 takeover values W2T at over £5m. 1) How can that be justified when AFC's recent sale of their 24% shareholding in W2T for £20k only valued W2T at £83k? Where did the extra £millions of value suddenly appear from? W2T don't have any cash and have a big debt. 2) Is it true W2T had hoped to stage their own stock marklet flotation to become a "public company" but I assume could not attract enough interest (so much for instiututional support then) hence the current proposal for PHE to buy them instead. "W2T is raising £1 million pre-IPO with the aim of being a public company towards the end of 2019/beginning of 2020." [W2T, November 2019] The above quote is buried in the second page - hTTps://www.waste2tricity.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Daily-Express-feature.pdf 3) In this context, why arn't PHE's management pressing W2T for better terms if W2T's flotation plans appear to have flopped and AFC only valued them at £83k last year?
ken chung
07/1/2020
15:54
Because they own exclusive rights to develop a potentially world beating waste plastic to hydrogen technology in both the UK and most of Asia Valuation is subjective and what one party is willing to pay Past accounts and transactions are factors but current and future prospects are what matter. With already a share of the Protos SPV they have huge potential. The market has no problem with the proposed valuation
whatsthepoint
07/1/2020
15:43
The proposed 60:40 takeover values W2T at over £5m. 1) How can that be justified when AFC's recent sale of their 24% shareholding in W2T for £20k only valued W2T at £83k? Where did the extra £millions of value suddenly appear from? W2T don't have any cash and have a big debt. 2) Is it true W2T had hoped to stage their own stock marklet flotation to become a "public company" but I assume could not attract enough interest (so much for instiututional support then) hence the current proposal for PHE to buy them instead. "W2T is raising £1 million pre-IPO with the aim of being a public company towards the end of 2019/beginning of 2020." [W2T, November 2019] The above quote is buried in the second page - hTTps://www.waste2tricity.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Daily-Express-feature.pdf 3) In this context, why arn't PHE's management pressing W2T for better terms if W2T's flotation plans appear to have flopped and AFC only valued them at £83k last year?
ken chung
07/1/2020
15:42
Surely you are not saying they ARE but PHE just forgot to mention it in the press release on 23/12/2019?
ken chung
07/1/2020
15:40
I'm intrigued to know what Ken the chef is saying. Not enough to take him off filter, it's probably just another dim sum recipe.
cmackay
07/1/2020
15:34
How do you know that they are not?
vatnabrekk
07/1/2020
15:27
The proposed 60:40 takeover values W2T at over £5m. 1) How can that be justified when AFC's recent sale of their 24% shareholding in W2T for £20k only valued W2T at £83k? Where did the extra £millions of value suddenly appear from? W2T don't have any cash and have a big debt. 2) Is it true W2T had hoped to stage their own stock marklet flotation to become a "public company" but I assume could not attract enough interest (so much for instiututional support then) hence the current proposal for PHE to buy them instead. "W2T is raising £1 million pre-IPO with the aim of being a public company towards the end of 2019/beginning of 2020." [W2T, November 2019] The above quote is buried in the second page - hTTps://www.waste2tricity.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Daily-Express-feature.pdf 3) In this context, why arn't PHE's management pressing W2T for better terms if W2T's flotation plans appear to have flopped and AFC only valued them at £83k last year?
ken chung
07/1/2020
15:17
Oh yes it does
cmackay
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