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
  -0.025 -1.52% 1.625 6,415,870 15:50:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.60 1.65 1.65 1.625 1.65
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.10 -15.98 -0.57 64
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:40 O 87,298 1.6111 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 1.65p.
Powerhouse Energy Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.63p and a 12 week average price of 1.63p.
The 1 year high share price is 6.85p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.63p.
There are currently 3,957,414,135 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 8,758,512 shares. The market capitalisation of Powerhouse Energy Group Plc is £64,307,979.69.
ken chung: Look at the recent exodus of PHE directors, including four Chairman and two CEO's.What does that suggest?1) PHE (announced 17/5/2022): Chairman Russell Ward - will leave on 10/6/2022.2) PHE (announced 1/3/2022): Chairman - James Greenstreet - leaves.3) PHE (Announced 12/10/2021): Non Exec Director - Kirsty Gogan - leaves.4) PHE (Announced 27/9/2021): Non Exec Director - Allan Vlah - leaves.5) PHE (Announced 20/7/2021): Chairman - Tim Yeo - resignes with immediate effect.6) PHE (announced 30/6/2021): Director - Mark Berry - will leave before 2021 AGM.7) PHE, 30/6/2021 (announced 20/11/2020): CEO - David Ryan - leaves.8) PHE, /2021 (announced 23/10/2020): Chairman - Cameron Davies - leaves.9) PHE, 10/8/2020 (announced 10/8/2020): Director - Brent Fitzpatrick - leaves.10) PHE, 1/2/2019: CEO - Keith Allaun - resigns with immediate effect.
deccer1: If I were Peel I would ditch PHE and partner with Eqtec. I don't see how PHE could survive in the face of competition from Eqtec and I have serious doubts about PHE's future. People will no doubt draw their own conclusions about why PHE's Directors resigned, including two CEO's, but it doesn't look good.Vatnabrekk could lose everything.
smelly5: EXODUS OF THE DIRECTORS 1) PHE (announced 17/5/2022): Chairman Russell Ward - will leave on 10/6/2022. 2) PHE (announced 1/3/2022): Chairman - James Greenstreet - leaves. 3) PHE (Announced 12/10/2021): Non Exec Director - Kirsty Gogan - leaves. 4) PHE (Announced 27/9/2021): Non Exec Director - Allan Vlah - leaves. 5) PHE (Announced 20/7/2021): Chairman - Tim Yeo - resignes with immediate effect. 6) PHE (announced 30/6/2021): Director - Mark Berry - will leave before 2021 AGM. 7) PHE, 30/6/2021 (announced 20/11/2020): CEO - David Ryan - leaves. 8) PHE, 31/3/2021 (announced 23/10/2020): Chairman - Cameron Davies - leaves. 9) PHE, 10/8/2020 (announced 10/8/2020): Director - Brent Fitzpatrick - leaves. 10) PHE, 1/2/2019: CEO - Keith Allaun - resigns with immediate effect.
allinforabigprofit: Those Market Makers are obviously in a believe that PHE, worth more they are pushing up the price. PHE, drag out this Irish investment decision no doubt until forgotten about. Often on AIM, MMs will pump a stock only assist a cash call. It is in their interest to keep a company afloat and this be carried out in a number of ways and a higher share price is one of while a broker sells to the uneducated. Many people buy via a broker from telephone call and very little time to do any serious due diligence. Sell a story and if good enough to hear people part with their cash. The result after the selling complete a share price falls back and never returns highs once bought.
vatnabrekk: Yes Graham, PHE has given the SPV a loan of £3.8M to enable the SPV to order long-lead items. The loan is to be repaid I think in August, which is probably at the time of financial close. David Ryan said that PHE would be taking a stake in the SPV but didn't say how much. It may be that the £3.8M loan will be converted into SPV shares instead of being repaid, probably at the time of financial close. On top of the £3.8M PHE may have to put more funds into the SPV. It depends how much she capital there will be in the SPV, and how much debt funding. It also depends on whether Peel is putting in any equity, or will there be another equity partner. At the moment it's all unknown. At the moment all of the SPV directors are from Peel. None from PHE. Myles is the CEO. But all of that could change, and I agree that at least one of PHE's directors should be on the SPV Board. Normally the proportion of directors would match the proportion of the equity held by each parent company.
allinforabigprofit: Only waste around here GW, is your use of electric. Any non biased person understands that products and is especially true of millions of pounds worth of product, they cannot make progress through necessary regulatory compliance willy-nilly the way you want us to believe. Problem is what I already wrote is backed up from your own post. But GW, refuses to a knowledge I write about tomorrow's news the news HUI, refuse to disclose. Therefore, many more months away from ever viewing a function unit lat alone a sellable DMG, unit. And HUI, be excluded from majority grant aid until HUI, raises the approximate 15+ million quid. HUI, need to bring into PHE, consultancy that pays PHE. Even cost of a fish supper or an Iceland pound meal those that work within PHE, require payment. I will laugh if HUI, try offering free shares, no wait, they already got the begging bowl out asking PHE, pay least halve of the Irish plant? No, not one word about rising cask on the Irish stock exchange? 30 million Euro that is only six time five million from each investor and cannot find one?
vatnabrekk: It's you who is spreading the fake news apfindlay. There is a collaboration agreement between PHE and HUI which allows HUI to act as developer for PHE's technology throughout the EU, with a payment of approx. E500k pa from HUI to PHE for each DMG unit that is installed. That collaboration agreement is still in place, and that is not what these latest discussions is about. The discussions referred to is whether PHE wants to take a shareholding in the SPV for the Ireland project. PHE may or may not want to take a shareholding, but if they don't then HUI can still use PHE's DMG technology.
allinforabigprofit: By all means if final an income be the outcome any dilution and impending share consolidation then cash call every project with shares. However, no one high net worth individual coming forward (yet) is a drain on profits and overall the share price The RNS, is no surprise PHE, cannot just hand out an agreement to HUI, or any company regards DMG. There is a matter of the consultancy fee of is believe hundreds of thousand of pounds and yes, they could wave this but it is surely going to be even more expensive if they find anyone at all? The unit itself has to be tuned for specific waste stream and all that I would expect already in the data base thanks to the prototype.We are certain neither company has the funds in the bank. And that PHE, cannot risk another venture where they be a cash cow? However, if there be a group people 10-20 million quid, time will tell. Just reads as if more PR & spin.
moontheloon: Dilution isn't good at any point, but formative tech that is on a journey has to get the bowl out now and again... Obviously this has happened before.. But if that's whats required to get another system and project underway and shared profit from project then sounds better than a Subsistence placing. Which another placing is not. It would not be a bad thing, they would have to drive price up prior as yes this is too low. Although usually when there's a placing level the share price usually follows. If placing is supported, maybe with a hui style incentive added on... Obviously something going to be happening rns wise in the next period... Think finally investors got more to get their minds around now. Its not a dead loss where the share price is pricing it..
vatnabrekk: Here is a post from Dr.Anomaly over on the lse board: Thought I would forward a message from Howard; This is a personal message from me to PHE shareholders - I am truly sorry for what is happening to the share price - I am still supportive and I am doing my very best to reverse this downward slide - the technology is brilliant - it is needed by the world to convert the billions of tons of existing waste plastic that litters our world and to deal with the billions of tons to come - it also generates syngas that can be blended with natural gas to reduce dependence on Russian exports and also Hydrogen - the fuel of the future - I believe this is a blip - one large shareholder has finally had enough of the silence from PHE- I am assured this will change - so I can only ask you to remain faithful to PHE and rejoice in the positive news from HUI - the world is in a bad place but our environmental/ Carbon remediation solution is in my view the no 1 ESG project I have ever come across- Howard
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