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Powerhouse Energy Group Plc LSE:PHE London Ordinary Share GB00B4WQVY43 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.10 -2.67% 3.65 3,380,537 16:35:16
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3.55 3.65 3.725 3.60 3.70
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy -1.71 -0.08 128
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:16 UT 3,075 3.65 GBX

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07/8/2020
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 3.75p.
Powerhouse Energy Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 3.40p and a 12 week average price of 1.55p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.55p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.25p.
There are currently 3,515,100,693 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 6,688,947 shares. The market capitalisation of Powerhouse Energy Group Plc is £128,301,175.29.
08/7/2020
19:37
tewkesbury: tenapen you are showing your ignorance. 1) EQT use clean anaerobic gasification, not incineration. 2) EQT going forward are using a staged fees + SPV business model, which is what PHE hope to do - and EQT will be taking equity stakes for additional incomes. 3) PHE have never managed to build a single commercial size system, so is still a high risk experiment and will need a lot more dilutive funding. EQT have built several commercial size systems and are already revenue earning, which is growing rapidly. Refer to Post 1513 (extract below) on the EQT board for revenues ramp-up going forward: https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=45550449&from=1513#firstpost. "Considering EQTEC only had revenues of £1.9m in 2019, it looks like we are looking at > £10m in 2020, and on for £30-£40m in 2021. Add in the deal closed today, if both financially close that £30-£40m would be nearer £60m. From the research report, 38m in revenue produces c. £6m in profit. Using a very normal P/E ratio of 15, that implies a market cap of £90m, 3x where we are today. Personally, I think that represents fair value and where the share price should be and thats why I am not selling a single share, despite being in from 0.15p. If we close the projects announced today, we would probably be looking at a company worth £160m, >5x the current share price. Every deal/project we sign from here is additive to the above valuation, and that's why this is so exciting." 4) PHE's market cap today is a hefty £87.04m at 4.2p, which would become an even higher £147.4m after the extra 1,437,440,277 acquisition shares hit the market on 15th July. Inm contrast, EQT's market cap is a bargain £28.6m at 0.68p, giving 3.3x to 5.15x EQT upside just to come level with PHE's - but arguably EQT should be a lot higher due to their proven technology and pipeline. 5) There is no broker report to support PHE's market capitalisation, either now or after the dilutive aquisition shares hit the market. In contrast, on 15/6/2020, Arden Partners issued a report setting an EQT 'Buy' rating and price of 2.18p, which is 3.2x upside from the current level - and that was before EQT's announcement on 29/6/2020 of their agreement with Carbon Sole Group for the supply of EQT gasifiers to 3+ more green energy parks in Ireland, with the first 2 at 25 MW, each equivalent to 15x - 20x PHE DMG systems.
27/6/2020
19:05
jaknife: Whatsthepoint, re your 13,406 "And why don’t you want plastic waste converted to Hydrogen." I would love to see this happen, when do you think that it might happen? It's just that Powerhouse Energy has been around now since 2002 and in those 18 years it's converted exactly zero plastic to hydrogen. It's talked a lot about it and it's even managed to sucker all sorts of mugs, like that Paul Warwick person, into thinking that its machine worked and yet it's been forced to abandon three prototypes (despite having told shareholders that they worked amazingly) and now it's raising cash for its fourth prototype for which it has a piece of paper with the word "feasible" written on it. You see Powerhouse energy has a track record of lying to its shareholders. Like when it told shareholders in July 2016 that it had a "fully functional, nominal 2-5 tonne per day (tpd), system" (see: https://www.investegate.co.uk/powerhouse-enrgy-grp--phe-/prn/final-results---replacement/20160705070252PE94C/) and when it told shareholders in its prospectus that it had "unconditional sales contracts". Neither of these statements were true but the company proceeded to raise money from retail investors based on these false statements. And your 13,408: "If W2T have to pay the debt to PHE and they are taken over by PHE it just cancels out. What’s not to understand." Why are you assuming that W2T owe the money to PHE? Where in the accounts or the circular does it say that? And why doesn't it say in PHE's accounts that W2T owes it money? It looks to me that you're making up yet more stories! Whatsthepoint And your 13,410: "Why does everyone say they are paying 53 million that’s the market valuation that the market has set it has nothing to do with what PhE are paying The company is issuing paper to buy W2T the market valued that paper not PhE All shareholders who held shares on the day of announcement of acquasitiin have seen an almost ten fold increase because the market likes the takeover So all this suggestion of paying too much is complete nonsense" Do you have an ulterior motive in trying to put forward this complete twaddle? 1.4bn shares of PHE are being issued and at the current market price those shares are worth just over £50m. The recipients of those shares can happily dump them and make £50m (assuming that the share price doesn't crater as they all rush to the door to dump them) That means that PHE are giving away £50m of value in order to receive the shares of W2T. PHE shareholders are being royally screwed over and W2T shareholders are making out like bandits. Did you see who the shareholders of W2T are? JakNife
27/6/2020
16:38
jaknife: stokey12, "Had you actually read the shareholder circular you would notice that the intent is to wind up W2T so te fct that it is insolvent is immaterial." I think that I've demonstrated that I've read the circular. Have you noticed, for example, where it says that Paul Warwick is a shareholder of W2T and so is a beneficiary of this grotesque transfer of value? He's been dumping his shares in PHE recently (ditto Ben White) so it seems quite clear to me what they think that this means for PHE's share price! When W2T is wound up do you think it will be done on a solvent basis or an insolvent basis? Ie will PHE provide W2T with the funds in order to repay its debts? And given that the acquisition should mean about £51m of goodwill being added to PHE's balance sheet do you think that PHE will write that all off immediately? JakNife
14/6/2020
13:46
deccer1: If the PHE share price remains the same after the 60:40 share issue to buy W2T, that would value W2T at £47m. How can that be acceptable to PHE shareholders when only recently AFC sold their 24% stake in W2T back to W2T for just £20k, so valuing 100% of W2T at only around £80k. £47m is 587x the £80k relative value AFC placed on 100% of W2T.So even to be generous PHE should not pay more than a few hundred thousand pounds for W2T.To me it stinks more about PHE deliberately giving themselves to W2T and does not represent value for money.
03/3/2020
09:52
vatnabrekk: So is the PHE share price!
27/2/2020
15:49
tenapen: I could be wrong ! But I'm thinking the pull back in the phe share price the past few days could have something to do with a virus that is spreading around the world !. You obviously have not heard the news or you would not ask such a stupid question !.
13/1/2020
10:05
jaknife: Whatsthepoint, re your 11,513: "Asking Jaknife , Ken Chung and Deccer1 amongst others what is your prediction for PHE shares by end of month. !!" We've had this discussion many times in the past. There is little point in me forecasting a short-term price target because in the short term the share price can be, and frequently is, manipulated in advance of share placings and other events in order to facilitate those events. Hence the famous quote, which I paraphrase: In the short term the stock market is a voting machine (adding up which firms are popular and unpopular) but in the long run, the market is a weighing machine (assessing the actual substance of a company). PHE has no substance, it has repeatedly made grandiose and extravagant claims over the years but has never actually delivered on any of those claims. At this point in time it is desperately low on cash and needs to place to raise funds (I remind you that I made this point after the AGM last year when the CEO claimed otherwise). PHE still doesn't have a demonstrable commercial unit, despite it having sought to develop the technology (and failing) for almost two decades now. It is making wild and grandiose claims now and for some reason you chose to dream that "this time it's different". The sensible thing to do would be to sell into this current artificial spike and buy back (in the placing or on market) when the spike is over. In the long run I see nothing but failure at PHE and the share price closer to the share price of 0.3p where it was before this current pre-placement ramp started. regards, JakNife
16/12/2019
19:02
zeppo: Alan Price gets 8 or 10 times the PHE share price for every airplay. Hopefully he will invest here.
17/10/2018
10:50
schofi2: Watching the PHE share register has always been the best way to see how the PHE share price is manipulated. between 8:03 and 8:12 we have 20 share sales of around 18 million and no buys, but the price doesn't move. I suggest the only thing we are seeing today is share buys. you would have to be stupit to sell today.
17/5/2018
08:28
top tips: PHE share price going to rocket.
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