Powerhouse Energy Group Plc

0.01 (1.54%)
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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.01 1.54% 0.66 16,881,887 16:35:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.61 0.62 0.65 0.61 0.65
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Diversified Investment Holding 0.70 -1.87 - - 26.12
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:00 UT 454 0.66 GBX

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Posted at 30/5/2023 13:52 by allinforabigprofit
Original PHE, was that consultants would find in-country partners and they'd be given funds on completion of an actual deal to build. PHE, ripped through that many people's goodwill it now has to offer cash upfront for what? Delivery of what? Desperate, nothing short of, throwing money away PHE try convince all that this be somehow serious move? Every script here is exhausted there are no more way to hide the facts. Protos won't house anything until this test centre is built. Amazing that no one person with 20 million quid doesn't view the tech to be worth the investment? But then the constant stream of management is never going to woo them in?
Posted at 02/5/2023 13:25 by schofi2
Keith Riley, Acting Chief Executive Officer of PHE, commented:

"Having spent some time considering the best option for the Protos project, we have agreed with Peel that PHE will assume full control of the project and its further development. In this respect we have already started working with Petrofac and are reviewing the engineering of the project with the view to optimising costs and performance. The next step will be to seek commercial agreements for the offtakes, whether this be electricity, heat, hydrogen or other products, prior to seeking to raise finance for the construction.

"This is a significant and exciting development for PHE as the Company will now be solely responsible for the development of the project at Protos. We wish to thank the Peel team for their work to date putting the planning permission and basic infrastructure in place and look forward to continuing our excellent working relationship with them as landlord of the site.

"We look forward to providing further updates on Protos in due course."

Posted at 29/4/2023 09:59 by vatnabrekk
I wouldn't pay two much attention to the timeline issued by NationalH2. They have previously stated that they have signed an agreement with PHE, which PHE have denied, although PHE have acknowledged that they are "in discussions" with NH2. So I don't believe that PHE has anything to do with the timeline given by NH2, and in any case I think that they might have some difficulty hitting their target to be operational by H2 next year.

I have always held the view that the Protos DMG is the one most likely to be First of a Kind. They have held planning permission for some time, they already have a lease from Peel, they have carried out all of the planning and design work, and they have identified Petrofac as the contractor who will build and install the facility. Of course they still have to sort out the JV agreement with Peel and reach Financial Close, but they are much closer to completion than any of the other projects.

Posted at 28/4/2023 10:12 by vatnabrekk
Moon, perhaps you haven't been following events very closely of late.

First of all, it's not PHE who are procrastinating, it's Peel. And PHE can do nothing about it so long as Peel have the option for UK exclusivity, which prevents PHE from doing any deals with any other party in the UK.

However, Peel's option expires at midnight tomorrow (29th) so hopefully it will not be extended any further with confirmation next Tuesday. If so, then PHE will be free to enter into JVs with other organisations in the UK.

Then there's the JV for the DMG at Protos, where currently Peel has 100% ownership of the SPV. We may have news about that as well on Tuesday, and hopefully we'll have confirmation that PHE will be taking over 100% of the DMG project at Protos. Then PHE can get on with the FOAK.

Just my own speculation of course, and I could well be disappointed on one or both counts.

Posted at 21/3/2023 07:22 by ken chung
"PHE has agreed to pay HUI a non-returnable payment of up to GBP400,000 in cash in recognition of HUI's contribution to identifying the Longford Project, securing the option to lease and progressing the project. This cash payment comprises an initial payment of GBP100,000 on signing the HoTs and a further payment of GBP100,000 upon finalisation of the project documentation between HUI and PHE - principally comprising a development agreement and a shareholder agreement. PHE has agreed to make a further payment of GBP200,000 in cash to HUI once planning permission has been granted for the Longford Project on the Longford Site."

So no surprise PHE pass more money to HUI.

Why couldn't PHE have done this work themselves, or the two companies have shared the work?

Ultimately more dilution for PHE shareholders down the line by the look of it.

Posted at 26/2/2023 12:17 by luckey jim
The problem here is somthing I have tried to inform the rampers on this thread many times, is that the technology that PHE/HUI are promoting does not work commercially. It might work using a feedstock of used tyres as the temprture required is low enough, but I am not sure it would be commercial. It does seem that all the rampers on this thread are really "flogging a dead horse" or is it that they are so committed that they cannot see a way out for them other than PHE to be successful against all the odds. Trying to get into bed with other large companies in the hope that their technical expertise might make the technology PHE are using commericial, will not happen. PHE and HUI are both "dead ducks" only kept alive by the rampers of their shares.
Posted at 22/2/2023 21:26 by supernumerary
who gaf?

phe seem to have bought some services. OK but wouldn't it have been better if somebody had bought something from them? I struggle to understand why the share price had this response. Maybe phe should restock the stationery cupboard? That would be worth a couple of pence at least.

Posted at 28/12/2022 09:59 by allinforabigprofit
Good find Kung.Peel doing the right thing no point in getting into an argument. I spotted the folly a long time ago and posted here often my thoughts. Now PHE, has to call into question Peel's exclusivity agreement. Maybe Peel, will exit without requiring any negotiation? PHE, gets it's site built and pays Peel, as a landlord? Nice and simple PHE, through a series of SPVs own and operate all the sites? PHE, at its core remains a technology company, selling its licenses once the technology is proven back to original plan during days Kieth Allaun. Seen HUI, the share price full of hot air at this moment we keep waiting bubble to burst. Amazing tale of two companies same product however, Scotland knocking back thermal conversion the Eu, does appear in the same bag? Time to look towards countries outside the Eu? Time will tell?
Posted at 22/12/2022 13:44 by ken chung
Another possible reg flag - I believe PHE's CEO/Chairman Keith Riley is also a Director of HW's HUI. Remember how former PHE CEO Keith Allaun was also briefly on the Board of HW's W2T but had to resign from W2T. Potential conflict of interest?

Also, which PHE managers were involved in the decision and when does it appear to have been decided, that PHE could only do projects for electricity generation with small amounts of ancillary hydrogen, and HW's separate company HUI would take what appears to me to be the financially easier projects for hydrogen + syngas (which qualify for EU grants of up to 70% of CAPEX and cheap loans)? Why can't PHE do such hydrogen only projects in Europe but instead appear to have to have to forfeit them to HUI, with what appears to me to be loss of benefit and value to PHE shareholders? (I base my assessment on interview comments in October 2023 by HW. Please correct me if I am wrong).

Why no formal announcement of the arrangement by PHE, as far as I am aware? Surely it is material to how PHE shareholders would have viewed taking a shareholding in PHE?

Infact why two separate companies, instead of placing everything within PHE? Who benefits from this?

Posted at 08/12/2022 07:12 by allinforabigprofit
Naw, wrap them in expense wool and forever be pipes of fleece. All that has took place fleecing the shareholders. Seven million quid plus whatever was the original sum and whatever else is floating around in another account related to Peel NRG (whatever company name is?) was to build a DMG.Burn't through a fair few quid on wages. One of the previous CEOs exited with a retaining pay cheque of thousands of quid a month. And some how HUI, found a way to get money from PHE, when should be HUI, paying PHE. The giving away of technology then forking out more money there is surely got even the thickest of shareholders concernedAll of that and not one single certificate from any safety institution to allow sale either UK or Eu. Then these institutions they require a working machine. Beggars belief PHE try create two machines and double the cost of research and development. The core of DMG, was that it's self powered by gas and there is HUI, going on about solar pv in Ireland telling us all via previous RNS, that there system now is bound by license to create electricity only from fuel cells? HW desperate to try push AFC plc. Billion pound company? And the share price doubled. Cannot yet make a penny, except from more placing.
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