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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 -2.74% 3.55 3.50 3.60 3.65 3.55 3.60 4,182,106 10:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -1.7 -0.1 - 125

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25/1/2020
20:26
Thanks elrico. It's good to be reminded of the real situation every now and then. There tends to be quite a lot of misleading assertions on this BB.
vatnabrekk
25/1/2020
18:39
Lucky, May I respectfully draw your attention to the following information contained in RNS announcements, you appear to have missed altogether. If you choose to read them (doubtful) you should ask why a company the size of Peel would invest so much time, money and energy collaborating with little old PHE? You do realize PEEL has put its considerable reputation on the line with this venture! 17 October 2018 PowerHouse Energy Group plc (AIM: PHE), the UK technology company pioneering hydrogen production from waste plastic and used tyres is pleased to announce it has received an independent “Statement of Feasibility” for its proprietary full-scale commercial engineering design for the waste to power and waste to hydrogen technology processes known as DMG®. This independent review of PowerHouse Energy’s technology was undertaken by DNV GL, a global leader in technical assurance certification. This Phase one of the Technology Qualification process, was built into PowerHouse Energy’s extensive engineering, safety and risk management programme which has taken several months to complete. The programme involved a robust and rigorous review of the engineering design, test data, process modelling and the equipment engineering design required for the commercial application of the DMG® technology. The DNV GL Statement of Feasibility is issued by DNV GL when their Technology Assessment finds no prohibitive obstacles under the DNV GL Technology Qualification process RP-A203. PowerHouse Energy look forward to continued involvement with DNV GL to work through the RP-A203 process to finalise the Technology Qualification with our first commercial site as is customary. The Statement of Feasibility reads: “The PowerHouse Energy Group’s DMG® Waste-to-Energy technology can convert 25 tonnes per day of feedstock comprising high calorific value waste materials.” In relation to the outputs from the technology process it adds: “The produced energy-rich syngas can be combusted to produce power for distributed electrical generation. The DMG® technology allows for integrating a process for the co-production of high purity hydrogen (1 tonne per day) from a proportion of the syngas in addition to generating power.” 31 December 2018 PowerHouse Energy Group, the UK technology company pioneering hydrogen production from waste plastic and used tyres and developer of the DMG System has looked to clarify the reporting regarding ownership of intellectual property relating to Thermal Conversion Technologies by Waste2Tricity, Ltd by the Sunday Examiner on 30 December 2018. While not mentioning PowerHouse specifically, the Examiner inadvertently reported that Waste2Tricity, Ltd, the UK Project Development Partner for PowerHouse for a number of distributed electricity and distributed hydrogen projects within the UK and elsewhere 'has patented a method of heating plastic until it gasifies into hydrogen'. The actual patents related to the thermal conversion of waste plastic to hydrogen and electricity have been developed, and are in the process of being filed, by PowerHouse Energy Group, plc and all proprietary IP related to the DMG Thermal Conversion Process is owned by PowerHouse and will be licensed to Waste2Tricity. This inadvertent error in reporting has resulted in a number of inquiries regarding the IP position of PowerHouse as it relates to its DMG System technology. To clarify, Waste2Tricity is a licensee of PowerHouse Technology and IP and will pay to leverage that IP to develop projects in a number of geographies including the UK and Japan. The Examiner article further states that 'Waste2Tricity has teamed up with Toyota to open new recycling and refueling stations'. However, to date, no agreements regarding the deployment of the DMG Technology for new recycling and refueling stations have been finalized between the parties.
elrico
25/1/2020
18:01
No you don't. It's clear you don't. You can argue it's not commercially viable, that is different and possibly true because right now there is no DMG until protus to counter your POV. This will change and soon.
slartybartfaster
25/1/2020
17:58
Here we go again, Jim lying again. The tech does work and it's independently verified. Is Jim so stupid he think Peel would not have done their own DD? Silly little liar.
slartybartfaster
25/1/2020
12:49
You should filter jaknife too then or maybe you realise the pure folly of chucking money away here.
coldspring
25/1/2020
12:15
Coldspring 24 Jan '20 - 16:29 - 11887 of 11904 (Filtered) 0 0 0 luckey jim 24 Jan '20 - 16:35 - 11888 of 11904 (Filtered) 0 0 0 cmackay 24 Jan '20 - 16:36 - 11889 of 11904 (Filtered) I don't read nonsense from blunt 'tools'. This should be a thread for investors.
zeppo
25/1/2020
11:46
Whatsthepoint, what technology will PHE licence around the globe? The technology they are using and promoting at present does not work, and if it did, it is not patentable. Peel no doubt, as any other company would indeed, roll out the cash when the technology is proven, which will never happen. So what does PHE have?
luckey jim
25/1/2020
06:13
... and then hopefully the company does the correct thing and declare to give back to sharehoders, circa two thirds of thier income in dividends while keeping the remaining money for wages and basic costs. Hopefully !.
tenapen
24/1/2020
22:46
Cold spring I believe the company will be building the first plant in the next couple of months post planning application Should be up and running by year end And Peel will then roll our 10 further projects across the North of England PHE will receive circa £500,000 per project and will then go on to licence the technology around the globe
whatsthepoint
24/1/2020
20:12
LJ; not seriously, no.
cmackay
24/1/2020
19:39
Pity the tools are not sharp!
zeppo
24/1/2020
19:29
Hi Flashheart We do have and have for a long time had our fair share of tools on this board.
whatsthepoint
24/1/2020
19:11
The tools always come out in force when things aren't progressing the way they'd like. Happens on all stocks but is generally a promising indicator I've found.
flashheart
24/1/2020
17:43
C. Mackey, are seriously suggesting that I should bring a technology to the market that I know does not work.
luckey jim
24/1/2020
16:49
How long does that last then?
coldspring
24/1/2020
16:39
They actually only raised £25,000 from 5,000,000 warrant exercised it was not a placing it was an issue of shares for services rendered. Can't you read an RNS
whatsthepoint
24/1/2020
16:36
You should have brought it to market then, champ.
cmackay
24/1/2020
16:35
Startybartfaster, The technology does not work commercially. I fully understand and know the technology and clearly know more about the technology that any other person posting on this thread.
luckey jim
24/1/2020
16:29
PHE seems to have raised approx £240,000 with today's placing. How long does that last with the upcoming merging of the two businesses and approx 30 employees. Just wages alone will burn through that in a few months.Perhaps whatsthepoint has the answers?
coldspring
24/1/2020
16:17
Not enough to dilute it impact on the share price even if they were dumped.
slartybartfaster
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