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
  -0.20 -3.33% 5.80 14,200,659 16:35:13
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5.70 5.80 5.99 5.65 5.90
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy -1.71 -0.08 227
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:44:49 O 1,000,000 5.80 GBX

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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 6p.
Powerhouse Energy Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 5.65p and a 12 week average price of 2.85p.
The 1 year high share price is 11.35p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.68p.
There are currently 3,915,414,135 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 11,884,061 shares. The market capitalisation of Powerhouse Energy Group Plc is £227,094,019.83.
nivison: juju - just coming back to you on the 'achieved very little in a year' comment. The one thing - main thing - that has been achieved is the raising of capital to build out the first site. Huge move forward any way you look at it. The idea that a third party was going to take this financial risk was always a leap for me. As Dave Ryan says, 'everyone wants to be second'. The only way forward is to build the first one, prove the thing works at scale once and for all and then move on from there. Everything else is just background noise. I am not too concerned about share price movements between now and when the build is finished. The money I have in here is 'free money' left over from selling half my stake once the share price had doubled. On balance I am prepared to risk that stake for the potential upside. (I am well aware of the potential downside too!)I am glad that Dave Ryan is overseeing this project in a hands on fashion leaving Tim Yeo to deal with investor relations and all the necessary corporate distractions. What is required now is focused effort on the build - and as far as I can see that is what we are getting. I am interested in supporting efforts to solve the global waste plastic problem and thats what I will continue to do. I will look back in here in a month or two.
deccer1: Wasn't it supposed to work in Germany but failed? Then in Australia but failed to commercialise? Weren't W2T supposed to arrange finance but failed? Then Peel tried but failed? Then PHE had to issue paper only a few weeks after a previous fund raise, things were so desperate?What does that seem to say about investor confidence in it working, if previous versions failed to get anywhere, and W2T and Peel wouldn't fund it and couldn't even get third party investor funding? What does the announcement of David Ryan about to give up his role as CEO to spend more time on the 'technology' and on just a consultancy basis, seem to say about the technical hurdles they may still face and him distancing himself from the company? Also, what does it say about a shift of control within the company?Why was work, rights, £20k per month and 40% of PHE given to related party company W2T set up by Tim Yeo, instead of PHE doing that work themselves, so preserving more benefit for PHE shareholders?Who are the beneficiaries behind the Polish entity?Who still holds the Asian marketing rights and who are the beneficiaries?
phoenix36: Thank you sir for that. May I ask and may be a silly question which I understand, but if they get it built and working, where would you expect the share price to hit? Looking at ITM how that rocketed, could PHE reap a similar uptick?
ken chung: Latest expose is that PHE have granted Peel warrants to buy 371.5m shares (10%) at 2.75p, a quarter of the current price. That basically means PHE diluting itself to give Peel shares to then sell and pay to PHE, almost like them paying people in shares to buy the product with the recipient thus getting it for free. So future benefits of the money will be offset by future dilution, meaning no overall benefit, more big stock overhang and others might want the same terms. Will the Polish entity be getting it's units for free and who are the beneficial party's there? Doesn't seem to say much for the buyers confidence in a system working does it, if they want it for free? It's one of the most laughable things I have ever seen. No value being created whatsoever. Lemmings and mushrooms only.
elanflan1: PHE is presently overpriced. I sold my substantial holding after 25 bagging from .0041p and out at 10p exactly. I’m a hybrid Lemming mushroom don’t ya know. The share price is drifting back down towards more sensible levels (even the board of directors said so). I will watch from the wings and buy back my substantial when I feel a sensible level has returned (and having banked £100k in the meantime go Ken go Ken go Ken). Meanwhile I’ve invested in more sensible stuff like Ibstock. Late 2021 ought to be a transformative time.
scantrader: We know it went to PHE - it's a matter of whether it was routed through her by White. He has such a large stake in PHE he would have known he'd have more than got his money back with even a tiny rise in the share price on the announcement.
scantrader: Evil Banksta wrote a detailed piece on Shareprophets ( as a bear) a few months ago re likelihood of failure -and history of dodgy claims. The actual article is behind paywall but this was his reply to someone in the comments .... "Elrico, The Munich prototype was "feasible" (so "feasible" that apparently PHE agreed unconditional sales contracts) but then it was actually built and it failed. The Brisbane prototype was also "feasible" and supposedly "fully functional" except that it never generated any revenue and PHE decided to abandon it. And ditto the Chester prototype was also "feasible" until they built it and found that it didn't work ... except for very short periods of time, only using refined feedstock and that it had to be stripped down and rebuilt after being used. Now the fourth prototype is supposedly "feasible". But it hasn't been built, it's never been tested and before it can be they will need to find some suckers to finance the build as they only have £280,000 of cash at bank. And FWIW, I'm sure that Air Partners thought that their gasification technology was also "feasible" before they punted a billion dollars on trying to build it. I really shouldn't have to point out the meaning of the word "feasible": just because something is feasible on paper doesn't mean that it will actually work in practice. PHE's 18 year track record with its previous three "feasible" gasification prototypes is hopeless and given that there are numerous examples of bigger businesses with deeper pockets also failing I speculate that the technology will never work in practice."
tenapen: Before the interview, PHE share price was going higher. The whole clean energy sector has been rising these past months accelerated with the election of Bidon and his green energy policy, followed by Johnson here in the UK. Looking at the other sector stocks, PHE is a cheap way in, all be it with a bit more risk and a wee wait for the first working plant to go live. 'If' as hoped the DMG works it will be ground breaking and front page news around the world. You pays your money and takes your chances, Do your own research and never gamble more than you can aford to loose. After that sit back and block out the noise, this is not always possible ;-) Happy days. Seasons Greetings.
vatnabrekk: I must admit I'm not a particular fan of Tim Yeo, but at the end of the day what's important here is what he can do for PHE. He certainly has the contacts in the government, in the industries that matter to PHE, and overseas. And it must be fairly clear that the recent rise in the share price is due to his interview with Proactive, and nothing to do with "pumping" as some would have us believe. Because of his interview we are now more aware of the status of development of the first DMG unit, and it seems that the market likes what they have learned.
skinny: Statement re Share Price Movement. Powerhouse Energy Group plc (AIM: PHE) ("Powerhouse" or the "Company"), notes the recent increase in the Company's share price and confirms that there are no new material developments beyond those previously notified to the market. The Company provided an update on operational developments in its announcement of 17 December 2020. ENDS
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