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Powerhouse Ener Share Chat (PHE)



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telephoneman
Posts: 563
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
RE: Reminder about W2T.
Mon 14:34
LongTerm74, yes they do but also bare in mind that 10% of waste going to incineration being plastics could be quite conservative, the tariff for the electricity could be higher and PHE might wish to invest in the projects to increase their earnings.

In the latest press release it states 72MWh AND 1 tonne of hydrogen per day from a full-fat G3, I haven't accounted for that energy in the 1 tonne of hydrogen plus the extra parasitic load to separate and clean it, in the Core model, so in theory there could be at least an extra 33MWh x 45% efficiency = 14.85MWh per day, we will have to wait and see.
 
LongTerm74
Posts: 93
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
RE: Reminder about W2T.
Mon 13:54
Telephoneman, those numbers multiply out rather well!
dolphin5
Posts: 1,917
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
RE: Reminder about W2T.
Mon 12:19
Has there been a press release by PHE with all these figures?
If not why not and why are W2T releasing such data, is it not commercially sensitive?
telephoneman
Posts: 563
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
Reminder about W2T.
Mon 10:53
I'd just like to remind investors about the April 2018 press release from waste2Tricity about taking plastic from existing waste incinerators to be put through the G3, giving PHE a 20% royalty of £180,000 per year per G3 installed for no investment.
This was based on the G3 producing 36MWh per day and 100 plus sites are to be targeted in the UK and several hundred in mainland Europe.
Remember, these are to be installed at existing waste incineration sites and so you could expect planning to be easier than a virgin site, especially when you take into account that electrical generation will be increased and the plastic will be destroyed in a much cleaner way with no toxic emissions.

Earlier this month Waste2Tricity released another press release stating that the G3 can produce 72MWh per day, double the previous statement.
The implications for the April 2018 press release mean that the PHE royalty would increase from £180,000 per G3 to just shy of £300,000 per G3.

Another important point to keep in mind is that some sites will be able to accommodate more than one G3, such as the 170,000 tonnes per year facility in North Hykeham, Lincolnshire.

The UK incinerates 13.5 million tonnes of waste per year with an additional 7.9 million tonnes of capacity due to be built in coming years.

If 10% of that waste is plastic that can be diverted for gasification then there is an opening in the UK alone for 154 G3's for the Waste2Tricity model with a generating capacity of 462MW.
telephoneman
Posts: 563
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
Ontario to drop EV subsidies.
Sun 10:23
http://www.canadianreviewer.com/cr/2018/7/12/ontario-government-shuts-down-ev-and-hydrogen-vehicle-incent.html

Sad to see the Conservative Ontario government ending incentives for electric and hydrogen vehicles in an effort to keep petrol prices low.
telephoneman
Posts: 563
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
Hyundai Nexo.
Sun 10:14
https://www.pocket-lint.com/cars/reviews/hyundai/145073-hyundai-nexo-review-hydrogen-car-fcev

A fairly critical review of the Hyundai Nexo but this is in comparison to an ICE car and with hydrogen at £10/kg.
It compares more favourably with a Tesla model S, which is one of the few battery electric cars with a range of 300 miles, which has a curb weight of 2.2 tonnes. The curb weight for the Nexo is difficult to find but the similar Toyota Mirai is said to come in at 1.85 tonnes which is 16% lighter than the Tesla.

But what is more important to PHE investors is the comparison of fuel costs, hydrogen 17p/mile at £10/kg compared to ICE, it doesn't say whether petrol or diesel, at 12.5p/mile.
With PHE able to sell hydrogen at £5/kg it would reduce the hydrogen cost per mile to 8.5p.

This of course will not happen overnight but I can see bus companies quickly converting to hydrogen buses once they see hydrogen is available at the same cost as diesel or less and hopefully they will make their hydrogen filling facilities available to the general public. And once that cheaper hydrogen is available it allows governments to make it harder to choose diesel.
Piltick
Posts: 3,056
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
FEED & Permits Timing
Sat 10:13
In an interview on Proactive on 20th June (3m40s) KA said that he anticipated completion of FEED and permits within the next couple of months. So if he's able to stick to that timing we ought to be getting some news about the middle of next month.

He didn't say anything in that interview about the timing of the first commercial unit being operational.
Newboy58
Posts: 10,052
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
RE: Nice Buy
Sat 08:37
Nice thought Jabbaba but the price keeps dropping which usually means more selling than buying. The tide will turn when The First commercial DMG unit starts to feel more real and we finally get round the bottom of this J Curve... Atb
Gadams
Posts: 9
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
RE: Nice Buy
Sat 08:31
I wish I had the funds to buy 17m shares. I would.

Gadams
jabberba
Posts: 2,207
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
RE: Nice Buy
Sat 07:59
Lots of support at this level.
jabberba
Posts: 2,207
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
RE: Nice Buy
Sat 07:58
Well spotted.
98889
Posts: 628
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
RE: Snap Crackle and Pop
Sat 00:39
pornander does not understand engineering, and yet said “FEED” does not exist.
Microtan
Posts: 2,980
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
RE: Snap Crackle and Pop
Sat 00:30
Why make an issue over the gauge’s cracked glass. The gauge worked and besides it is inexpensive to replace if really necessary.

The prototype was fed by hand using various feedstock to demonstrate its versatility.
Piltick
Posts: 3,056
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
RE: Snap Crackle and Pop
Fri 23:06
Oh yes, I remember it now. A sort of Heath Robinson affair if I recall. Part held together with self-grips.

My, how things have progressed since then!
pomander
Posts: 5,481
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
RE: Snap Crackle and Pop
Fri 22:13
Piltick - it was presented via a video - surely you saw it, complete with cracked pressure gauge and humans sorting the feedstock by hand on a conveyor belt.
98889
Posts: 628
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
RE: Nice Buy
Fri 22:00
06-Jul-18
16:37:17
0.478
17,000,000
Buy*
81.26k

there are some people accumulating
sharesport
Posts: 1,015
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
Nice Buy
Fri 18:58
13-Jul-18
16:40
12,500,000
Buy*
55.22k
BumbleB
Posts: 6,511
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
RE: Snap Crackle and Pop
Fri 18:32
Didn't we see a video of it operating in Australia. I thought that was when the silly name was made up.
m3ggiesdad
Posts: 51
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
RE: Snap Crackle and Pop
Fri 17:59
If so how come you were able to view it?. Did you still work for them then?
Piltick
Posts: 3,056
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
RE: Snap Crackle and Pop
Fri 17:38
"...a very appropriate phrase for the Mousetrap I saw in Aussie"
Were you in Australia, pomander? Did you physically see the unit there before it was shipped back to the UK?
jabberba
Posts: 2,207
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
RE: Snap Crackle and Pop
Fri 17:22
Rebased ple has been a complete flop. This could explain your bitterness towards aim stocks. You lost out at the time and lost here too. Long termers here all remember.
pomander
Posts: 5,481
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.475
RE: Snap Crackle and Pop
Fri 16:52
Jabber - don't keep embarrassing yourself Ple was acquired by RP which trades on the HKEX, the price you quote is HK$ and I don't have time to explain to fools the terms details of the takeover.

Now run along, it must be nearly time for your ginger beer.
jabberba
Posts: 2,207
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
RE: Snap Crackle and Pop
Fri 16:25
Ple trades at .39. Not something to boast about.
Newboy58
Posts: 10,052
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.445
RE: Nice Buy
Fri 15:53
Another week and no FEED, I do hope this is top priority. The SP needs a hydrogen rocket up its arse.. gla
sharesport
Posts: 1,015
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.445
Nice Buy
Fri 13:48
Nice 5.6M Buy - GLAH




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