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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
  -0.20 -4.55% 4.20 4.10 4.15 4.525 4.125 4.38 34,921,469 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -1.7 -0.1 - 87

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22/1/2020
08:14
Massive investment in the Hydrogen sector.
whatsthepoint
22/1/2020
07:48
The issue you might all wish to consider is that whilst both Linde and Ceres have raised £38 million from strategic partners this type of funding would be wasted on PHE we are in the process of agreeing to a transaction acquisition of W2T once completed all we need is for Peel to arrange funding for the commercial roll out - we do not need the quantum of R and D for our project to succeed commercially - We will start to receive engineering fees and annual royalties for a minimum of 11 projects. which means we will be in profit way before companies like ITM and CWR and our market is substantially bigger with no existing competitors -
whatsthepoint
22/1/2020
07:31
PHE's further positive RNSs will soon materialize IMHO. Meanwhile more good news on the hydrogen economy. : Bosch to increase its stake to c.18% of the enlarged issued share capital of Ceres via a combination of new and existing Ceres shares at a price of 320p per share · Bosch investment in new Ceres shares will raise gross proceeds of approximately £38.0 million for Ceres which will be used to fund further product uses for solid oxide fuel cells and diversify R&D activity to potential electrolysis applications for Ceres' technology · Strengthens the long-term partnership with Bosch and, alongside Weichai, the Company now has two commercial partners as significant strategic investors in the Company
zeppo
22/1/2020
06:51
Energy feom waste conferenceNice to see David Ryan was a guest speaker along with Peel Environmental at this event yesterday. Energy from Waste Showcase21 Jan 2020, Manchester Chamber of CommerceOpen to: All companiesThe EIC's Energy from Waste Showcase will provide delegates with a fantastic opportunity to gain industry specific insights and vital information on entering and/or strengthening your companies presence in the sector.Since the last EfW showcase, the sector has continued to gain momentum. the UK is prospering with over 100 upcoming projects. Whilst factors affecting future investments and policy advancements are still to be determined. seen in the recent CfD auction, advanced conversion technologies are peaking interest and companies are looking to diversify from the oil and gas and power sectors. International markets are also developing due to the impact of waste import bans.EfW are evolving into their own dynamic market and are expected to provide a hub of supply chain activities to explore. If you want to gain an insight into these activities, book your place at this year's showcase.
whatsthepoint
22/1/2020
05:51
Game set and Match to kcowe !.
tenapen
21/1/2020
22:45
DHV GL only issued a Statement of Feasibility for the prototype 'agricultural' unit. It was not a final Technology Qualification. That would require the Company to build and further test a full sized commercial system, the first of which will be for just 25 tpd, with later enlargement to 35 tpd according to David Ryan. However, they don't even have planning consent yet, the 25 tpd unit and site works will take a year to build according to Keith Allaun, and then months to test - let's say six months. During this process further unforseen problems could arise, meaning more expense and more delays, or even suspension. So no final Qualification until H2 2021 at the earliest, if they are lucky and no guarantees overall. Meanwhile lots more dilution. Lemmings and mushrooms only.
ken chung
21/1/2020
19:55
Coldspring, that's a fair comment. A statement of feasibility is different to a working unit. There is a working unit at the University of Chester, but admittedly that is a prototype and not a commercial unit. What the statement of feasibility does show is that a multi-billion company with a strong reputation has done it's due diligence on the technology and stated it can be achieved. So with funding in place, it's a goer.
cmackay
21/1/2020
19:15
It was a statement of feasibility following an assessment of the technology. Feasibility and a working unit are quite different imho and the share price at the time reacted according to my view.
coldspring
21/1/2020
19:08
DHV GL only issued a Statement of Feasibility for the prototype 'agricultural' unit. It was not a final Technology Qualification. That would require the Company to build and further test a full sized commercial system, the first of which will be for just 25 tpd, with later enlargement to 35 tpd according to David Ryan. However, they don't even have planning consent yet, the 25 tpd unit and site works will take a year to build according to Keith Allaun, and then months to test - let's say six months. During this process further unforseen problems could arise, meaning more expense and more delays, or even suspension. So no final Qualification until H2 2021 at the earliest, if they are lucky and no guarantees overall. Meanwhile lots more dilution. Lemmings and mushrooms only.
ken chung
21/1/2020
17:50
PowerHouse Energy (PHE); DMG®’s successful independent technology assessment by DNV GL 'That what they got' .
kcowe
21/1/2020
17:44
DNV-GL Certification , is worth a fortune to new tech. It validates to any prospective business , look were open transparent and our tech works , backed by the DNV-GL Guarantee. And DNV-GL Promotes tech it likes ...with their vast partnerships and Bluechip Customer base .. go look at their website .DNV-GL.CO.UK Just see what they are about . will blow your mind.
kcowe
21/1/2020
17:43
I think you need to read what they actually gave them and not what you THINK they gave them.
coldspring
21/1/2020
17:38
DNV-GL.. has given PHE a certificate that the technology is what is says on the can.So it works 100% Guaranteed .
kcowe
21/1/2020
16:53
I prefer to believe the positive RNSs. Quotes from the last two below: 'Peel L&P Environmental, have completed their review of the completed engineering work and moved to commitment to the next stage of development and engineering for the Protos Energy Park. Peel are committing to fund the next stage of development of the DMG® plant at Protos up to a financial close, the point at which full project third party funding is secured. With preliminary engineering for the site having been completed, the design has progressed such that the DMG® facilities at Protos would now have the capacity to process 35 tonnes per day of waste plastics, targeting to produce 3.8MWe on site and exporting 3.4MWe electricity and up to 2 tonnes of hydrogen per day from the site. The planning permission application is currently under review.' 'Grant for DMG Hydrogen from Waste Development at Protos PowerHouse Energy Group plc (AIM: PHE), the UK technology company pioneering hydrogen production from waste plastic, is delighted to announce that a grant of £1.25m has been awarded to, Waste2tricity Protos Ltd, for the DMG® Hydrogen from Waste development at Protos, near Ellesmere Port, in Cheshire. The Company’s development partner Waste2Tricity (W2T) have secured the grant for the development on behalf of its subsidiary following a successful application to the £4.1m Energy Fund competition, run by Cheshire and Warrington Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) as part of the Local Growth Fund (LGF), which awards capital grants for projects that can support the objectives of the LEP’s Energy and Clean Growth Strategy.' Peel Environmental are part of very successful, multi-billion company. I would be very surprised if they associated themselves with unrealistic projects. Why have LEP made an award? Two more negative, non-investors to filter. Hopefully they filter me!
zeppo
21/1/2020
14:09
Nail on the head Jim! Well played sir well played
coldspring
21/1/2020
13:37
The market makers are desperately trying to Mark this down. But demand is too strong. Can see this in new range back to 1 to 1.3 range soon. As the new company post merger consolidates. Great prospects here. More and more Shares are moving to long term holders who like the concept and can see the size of the potential market.
whatsthepoint
21/1/2020
12:07
Ken how many more times please call Howard and do some research.
whatsthepoint
21/1/2020
12:05
There's a reason for that. Their revenue is going up, but their losses are also going up.
vatnabrekk
21/1/2020
11:49
If you want to know how much they are worth look at EQT. Already commercial and only valued at £6m.
ken chung
21/1/2020
11:48
Are you seriously saying that PHE could not have just have picked up the phone themselves and gone directly to people like Peel or Toyota but for some reason needed a bloke in jeans and red trainers to do it instead and then give him £20k a month and 40% of the company? Really? Or even that Peel or Toyota couldn't approach PHE the other way around? Pre W2T, PHE were regularly saying how many leads they were getting weren't they? You sound like you work for W2T. Do you?
ken chung
21/1/2020
10:48
Tewkesbury that's all well and good and perhaps that's one of the reasons the board of PHE has changed and indeed needs more strengthening. your grievance is not with me,I am just saying we have to do today what we need to do to ensure that the company prospers from the point it is at now. we cant turn the clock back to iron out previous mistakes. the point is the market has reacted very, very, well with the proposal so we should all be celebrating and wanting to ensure it passes the vote by the shareholders. alternatively we are back to square one. onwards and most definitely upwards from this platform.
whatsthepoint
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.
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