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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
  -0.05 -5.26% 0.90 0.85 0.95 0.95 0.875 0.95 6,002,452 16:10:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -2.5 -0.2 - 18

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21/1/2020
10:30
PHE should have done due diligence and not have given rights to W2T without first ensuring W2T had a guaranteed facility to fund its share of costs towards at least the first couple of units. Looks like they didn't even insert a full reversion rights clause in the event W2T could not find funding? Hence now having to buy those rights back.
tewkesbury
21/1/2020
10:26
Whatsthepoint they previously took a Pyomex order from Poland and was going to build a Pyromex system at Eiting in Germany and then roll out elsewhere all without W2T so that seems to indicate it had already received enough commercial interest even without W2T.
tewkesbury
21/1/2020
10:10
If you are all so unhappy that PhE is paying too much sell up and move on. I for one am sitting tight as I believe this is just the start of something special. It's just taken longer than we all had hoped.
whatsthepoint
21/1/2020
10:06
In fact PHE might have been able to do it cheaper.
tewkesbury
21/1/2020
09:41
Just out of interest how come, as PHE were paying W2T £20k per month in PHE shares and could just as easily have paid the same amount in shares to those people if they had been working within PHE?
tewkesbury
21/1/2020
09:31
What you fail to understand is that if PHE has indeed built up its workforce to do all the development in house. then there would probably be just as many shares in issue as post merger as the need to cover wages would have been much greater. In Fact they may have failed earlier on running out of cash as they would have been unable to raise sufficient cash to survive. Always unforeseen consequences with any actions
whatsthepoint
21/1/2020
09:09
LOL. At last an objective comment.
ken chung
21/1/2020
09:05
I think we all know giving away marketing rights to a private related party company with no financial means to pay its way, and insted paying them, was naive to say the least and perhaps just plain wrong. It probably always was going to end up the way it's played out.
city chappy
21/1/2020
08:58
You also need to contact Howard White and get a history lesson my friend.
whatsthepoint
21/1/2020
08:52
If that's the case then why the split of activities in the first place? Something wasn't right about it from the start.
city chappy
21/1/2020
08:43
City chappy But the reaction of the market implies that the majority are extremely happy. This is as I have been saying all along the combined companies worth substantially more than the sum of the two individual parts on their own. The business fails as two individual companies and thrives together. It really is as simple as that. And the Coty now mw gets that
whatsthepoint
21/1/2020
08:41
As I said Ken you need to speak to AFC as the reason why they sold there stake. I would imagine there was a good reason. (Contract rights given up in lieu of shares for example) You really do need to get all your anger if your chest by speaking direct to Howard White. It will help you. You may learn something instead of being so bitter and twisted.
whatsthepoint
21/1/2020
08:40
We should probably be emailing David Ryan asking him to amend the terms. I am loathed to say it but something does not feel right. Oh well.
city chappy
21/1/2020
08:37
Well looks like the market is desperate to create a shake but too many little guys keep coming in. Are the Market makers still happy with building their naked shorts. ???
whatsthepoint
21/1/2020
08:33
AFC sold their stake in W2T back to W2T last year for just £24,000, so valueing 100% of W2T at just £83,000.The proposed 60:40 PHE:W2T share split takeover overvalues W2T by a factor of at least 50, basically amounts to giving away your company and you would still be left having to fund what would have been W2T's contribution to future projects imo.Show some willy and demand 90:10 in PHE's favour or reject it.Lemmings and mushrooms only.
ken chung
21/1/2020
08:26
The dilution coming is already priced in to the current share price.
whatsthepoint
21/1/2020
08:25
Did you speak with Howard White ? As suggested.
whatsthepoint
21/1/2020
08:22
Who needs loonies as you say when they've got someone like you.Stop trying to distract from the dilution coming which could have been avoided if they had employed people within the company to do that work themselves instead of giving it to the private related party and paying him to do it.Basically they gave away your company.Was that always the secret strategy? We shall never know. I make no accusations of illegality. Lemmings and mushrooms only.
ken chung
21/1/2020
08:20
Such a Major increase in Volume is quite a surprise though. That really does indicate a lot of newbies to the share register.
whatsthepoint
21/1/2020
08:17
No that's a jump too far at this stage. Needs consolidation and a flow of good updates before it moves to that level. IMO Let's not get carried away. That sort of talk will only attract all the loonies.
whatsthepoint
21/1/2020
08:16
Still no planning permission and even then it wouldn't be operating for another year.Meanwhile massive dilution to buy W2T in order to get back marketing rights they could have been doing themselves anyway.Lemmings and mushrooms only.
ken chung
21/1/2020
08:05
2p today reasonable in the context it's worth £billions overall.
tewkesbury
21/1/2020
08:03
That's a bit silly may see 1p though.
whatsthepoint
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