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22/6/2021
09:20
Powerhouse Energy Daily Update: Powerhouse Energy Group Plc is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PHE. The last closing price for Powerhouse Energy was 4.90p.
Powerhouse Energy Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 4.80p and a 12 week average price of 4.45p.
The 1 year high share price is 11.35p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.33p.
There are currently 3,915,414,135 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 14,355,745 shares. The market capitalisation of Powerhouse Energy Group Plc is £195,770,706.75.
15/6/2021
16:59
ken chung: I recently asked, what does Howard White expect to gain personally from his private 'consultancy' relationship between PHE and Hydrogen Utopia, rather than being on the Board of PHE and thus only working from within PHE for its benefit, the benefit of its shareholders and with greater transparency? Unfortunately none of you knew the answer. In the context of Tim Yeo (interview with Zak Mir) seeming to recently prepare shareholders for the prospect of PHE not getting as much annually from deals in future and acknowledging (in response to a question from Zak) others would make more out of them than PHE, I now ask a few simple questions: 1) Will Howard White arrange or negotiate things so that he gets upfront and/or ongoing payments from SPV's, say £500k pa, or any other sum? (This is what I would do if I were him). 2) Otherwise, how is and will he be reimbursed by PHE, HU and SPV's? 3) Or do you just think he chooses to work as a 'consultant' instead of from within PHE as a Board Member, for no greater personal gain? 4) Why don't PHE have someone employed within PHE to do what Howard White is doing, and thus preserve more benefit for PHE and it's shareholders? I make no accusations of wrong doing. Lemmings and mushrooms only.
13/6/2021
00:04
ken chung: APol, it's not surprising you don't post very often if your contribution is as limp as that.All I am doing is trying to uncover the 'facts' as you say, in relation to which I simply ask a few well intentioned questions, as follows:Why doesn't a £250m company like PHE have their own subsidiary or subsidiaries covering European countries like Poland, Greece and Hungary, and able to contract with companies like SWECO, instead of inexplicably going through Hydrogen Utopia to whom for some reason they have given exclusive rights for those territories, but which is a newly incorporated company registered in London just eight months ago and has no track record?Why is Howard White employed as a consultant advisor by both PHE and Hydrogen Utopia, instead of being on the BoD of PHE and doing his work from within PHE with full transparency, and how much is he being paid?What does Howard White expect to gain personally from the arrangements in the medium and long-term?Will others and who, ultimately make more money out of DMG's than PHE and it's shareholders?Will Howard White require Hydrogen Utopia, any of its subsidiaries and/or PHE to give him shares in exchange for his activities or rights to participate in any projects on which he advises or on any other basis, thus basically meaning he ends up with a big stake in HU and an even bigger stake in PHE just like after his W2T?Why are PHE about to lose their second CEO in a row, plus a Director, and why do they have a 76 year old Chairman who does not have any engineering or scientific qualification as far as I can see and who seems to have implied to Zak Mir in a recent interview he thinks Chernobyl was ok because some trees grew back and nuclear is safer than wind power?I make no accusation of wrong doing.N.B.Still not built, tested, or certified a single full sized system, and the Chairman recently admitted to Zak Mir they could basically still face issues. Even if they start building a first one in late H2 2021, they have admitted it will take a year to build. Then allowing for testing and certification, means you are probably looking at 2023 at the earliest for first operation. However it could still fail or require redesign, meaning more time and money.
12/6/2021
00:03
ken chung: Why doesn't a £250m company like PHE have their own subsidiary or subsidiaries covering European countries like Poland, Greece and Hungary, and able to contract with companies like SWECO, instead of inexplicably going through Hydrogen Utopia to whom for some reason they have given exclusive rights for those territories, but which is a newly incorporated company registered in London just eight months ago and has no track record? Why is Howard White employed as a consultant advisor by both PHE and Hydrogen Utopia, instead of being on the BoD of PHE and doing his work from within PHE with full transparency, and how much is he being paid? What does Howard White expect to gain from the arrangements in the medium and long-term? Will others and who, ultimately make more money out of DMG's than PHE and it's shareholders? Will Howard White require Hydrogen Utopia, any of its subsidiaries and/or PHE to give him shares in exchange for his activities or rights to participate in any projects on which he advises or on any other basis, thus basically meaning he ends up with a big stake in HU and an even bigger stake in PHE just like after his W2T? Why are PHE about to lose their second CEO in a row, plus a Director, and why do they have a 76 year old Chairman who does not have any engineering or scientific qualification as far as I can see and who seems to have said to Zak Mir in a recent interview he thinks Chernobyl was ok because some trees grew back and nuclear is safer than wind power? I make no accusation of wrong doing. N.B. Still not built, tested, or certified a single full sized system, and the Chairman recently admitted to Zak Mir they could basically still face issues. Even if they start building a first one in late H2 2021, they have admitted it will take a year to build. Then allowing for testing and certification, means you are probably looking at 2023 at the earliest for first operation. However it could still fail or require redesign, meaning more time and money.
04/6/2021
00:07
vatnabrekk: Ken, the is absolutely not the case, and you know it. Your are just twisting it. First, if they don't have stakes in the SPVs then of course they can't share in the profits of the SPVs. But they will still get £500k per annum licence fee for each DMG system, plus revenue from testing feedstocks and providing data, design work, and engineering consultancy. With no operating costs and low admin costs. So under these circumstances they will generate cash flow, and will not need to go for the further dilutive share issues suggested by you. To suggest that they would is deliberately misleading, which is your usual game. Now as I have said before, I would prefer that they would actually take stakes in at least some of the SPVs in the future, but not all because they wouldn't have the funds to do that. But remember that if they want to benefit from a share of the SPVs profits, then they would have to find the funding to put their share of capital into the SPVs. The profits don't come for free, they have to put in the investment in the first place. And in that situation they would have to find the funds to put into the SPVs either from loans, or from ongoing cash flow, or from placings. Which incidentally don't necessarily have to be diluting in terms of share price But the directors have already stated that it is not their intention to take a shareholding in future SPVs, just the first one. And finally, why do you say that PHE would have to lend money to the SPVs at a rate lower than the market rate? PHE would be under no obligation to lend to the SPVs, they would have to find their own funding; and under no obligation to lend at a low rate. So where did you get that idea from? You just made it up, didn't you? I have no problem with anyone posting concerns about the company, even negative views, providing these are base on some form of reality because that helps to give balance to this board. But posting deliberately misleading statements and unfounded negative speculation without any justification, is worse than just being mischievous, it is reprehensible.
02/6/2021
16:46
marktime1231: If you ignore the warnings and bury your head in the sand you will not see the crash coming. Are you only allowed to post about PHE if you are a current investor and want the price to rise ... nah, those aren't the rules, don't be so childish. By all means find fault with my analysis if you can, let's have an open debate about the merits and problems like grown ups, so we can all learn something. For example, what are PHE's revenue projections over 2 and 5 years, versus cash burn rate ... For what it is worth I first invested in PHE when it was not much more than a penny stock and before recent diluting fund raises, excited by the prospects of a multi-site roll out of promising PHE technology to produce hydrogen and power from waste in a partnership with Peel who would carry the bulk of the investment. I sold out at 7.8p when things started to get a bit murky at Protos Park, Peel backed off taking all the risk, and I compared a critical economic analysis of PHE to EQT to EfW incineration. I could not work out how PHE was worth its frothy mkt cap, it was not clear how PHE were ever going to make real money. But, as I think I am entitled, I remain an interested spectator on the sidelines, and should the outlook become more positive or the share price more realistic I might fancy taking a stake again. In the meantime I am exposing the unbalanced pr which PHE put out in an rns for what it is. Sorry if you don't like that.
29/5/2021
09:17
deccer1: vatnabrekk, you clearly know nothing about something in which you have gone ball deep with your eyes closed, and are a danger to yourself and others You should know the answers to KC's perfectly reasonable questions:Who holds the beneficial interests in newly formed company Hydrogen Utopia?Is it Howard White or any of his family?Why is Howard White a consultant for PHE instead of PHE doing that work themselves and preserving more benefit for PHE shareholders by setting up their own territorial SPV's or subsideries?Is HU like Howard White's W2T all over again?Why did PHE give rights to W2T and not appear to have a reversion clause for those rights if W2T could not finalise deals, instead of having to pay them £50m in PHE shares to get those rights back only a few years later? Was that the plan all along?Why did PHE not do the work of W2T themselves so preserving the benefit for PHE shareholders?Why have they lost two CEO's and a Director in quick succession?Why are PHE having to lend the Protos SPV money to build their own system?What if the system fails or needs redesigning as they've never built or tested a full size system?What does the 75 year old Chairman do all day?I make no accusation of wrong doing. I just want the questions answering.
29/5/2021
07:33
ken chung: Who holds the beneficial interests in newly formed company Hydrogen Utopia?Is it Howard White or any of his family?Why is Howard White a consultant for PHE instead of PHE doing that work themselves and preserving more benefit for PHE shareholders by setting up their own territorial SPV's or subsideries?Is HU like Howard White's W2T all over again?Why did PHE give rights to W2T and not appear to have a reversion clause for those rights if W2T could not finalise deals, instead of having to pay them £50m in PHE shares to get those rights back only a few years later? Was that the plan all along?Why did PHE not do the work of W2T themselves so preserving the benefit for PHE shareholders?Why have they lost two CEO's and a Director in quick succession?Why are PHE having to lend the Protos SPV money to build their own system?What if the system fails or needs redesigning as they've never built or tested a full size system?What does the 75 year old Chairman do all day?I make no accusation of wrong doing. I just want the questions answering.
12/5/2021
11:58
marktime1231: Trying to work out why the share price of EQT has bounced this morning, presumably because it is following PHEs rise on the announcement that 6 months into the Protos Park project they have finally approved the release of initial funding for long lead items. At which rate Protos Park will not be commissioning in 2022 let alone Q1. I spotted this in the announcement ... "the design has been refined to optimise the supply, mix and use of waste material feedstocks for the site in addition to the provision of options for hydrogen export" Peel commented that the original design did not meet its operational needs. So it means the scheme didn't work on paper. And I wonder what the "options for hydrogen" bit means, I thought that was the whole point about PHE it was going to produce hydrogen for bus fuel rather than just burn off waste plastic into heat/power like EQT. The slight positive is that the board of PHE has reviewed and approved the funds, so that is Yeo and who exactly? Not ready to rebuy here or EQT yet, the company keeps wrapping bad news up as good to con punters and it seems to be working.
02/5/2021
20:43
tenapen: So if your not happy ! Sell your shares and Move along juju - cheerio. Your constant snipping is for nothing other than your agenda !. If phe built it tomorrow the plant would stand idol without the plastic sorting area. But say they did have the sorting area ready and phe / DMG did its job successfully, what are they going to do with the resulting syngas ? There is no local takers as yet !. So they are better keeping the operation tight untill it's time to move forward, imho Phe are but a wee piece of the clean energy jigsaw, and it takes whatever time it takes for the picture to come together. Fretting about any up or down in the share price is just a waste of energy imho.
21/3/2021
08:53
vatnabrekk: Just for info: Waste2Tricity Ltd. is a wholly owned subsidiary of PHE, so no other party has an interest in it. Wast2Tricity will be "struck off" on 16 May 2021, two-months notice having been given. (See Companies House web site.) Wast2Tricity International Ltd. was disolved on 16 March 2021. (See Companies House web site.) Waste2Tricity Protos Ltd. was dissolved on 26 January 2021. (See Companies House web site.) Upon the takeover of W2T all of the rights held by the W2T companies reverted back to PHE. Note that following the takeover of W2T the share price of PHE increased by a very considerable factor, so it was clearly a beneficial move for existing PHE shareholders despite all of the doom and anticipated dilution of shareholders' value. Of course you knew all of this, deccer, didn't you?
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