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Powerhouse Ener Share Chat (PHE)



Share Price: 0.415Bid: 0.41Ask: 0.42Change: -0.01 (-2.35%)Faller - Powerhouse Ener
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 2.44%Open: 0.425High: 0.425Low: 0.41Yesterday’s Close: 0.425


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BumbleB
Posts: 7,639
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.41
RE: Stokey
Today 13:05
Redleader1, as recommended check the Our technology presentation on the website. Around 95% of the waste is gasified, leaving a vitrified slag, so the amount of material going to landfill is massively reduced. Some particulates, such as sulphur will be captured for resale.

https://www.powerhouseenergy.net/
 
stokey12
Posts: 2,493
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.415
RE: Stokey
Today 12:02
redleader1 - Check the information on the website
redleader1
Posts: 3,732
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.415
Stokey
Today 11:59
There must be a solid matter residue as it doesn't vapourize the whole entire feedstock surely.
stokey12
Posts: 2,493
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.415
RE: jab
Today 09:39
Redleader1 - I would advise you to look at the company website there is a video on it which shows the process. In the case of PHE there is no afterburn residue as the feedstock is not burnt it is turned into gas while ina sealed thermal chamber.
redleader1
Posts: 3,732
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Price:0.415
jab
Today 09:34
What about afterburn residue? What is done with that!
jabberba
Posts: 2,749
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Price:0.425
RE: Electric vs hydrogen
Today 07:32
*dense
jabberba
Posts: 2,749
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Price:0.425
RE: Electric vs hydrogen
Today 07:30
Hi redleader I think first and foremost dmg makes landfill almost redundant and turns plastic onto something useful ie hydrogen. Hydrogen is the most energy sense storage of energy. Most car manufacturers say that hydrogen is the way foreward not battery alone. Battery technology improvements is not going to catch up with hydrogen but rather hydrogen will possibly move ahead. We can produce hydrogen at half the current market cost. We seem to be in a sweet spot just now. We just need to get the first one built.
redleader1
Posts: 3,732
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.425
Electric vs hydrogen
Today 07:00
I'd like to see why so many invest here.what is the advantage of hydrogen over electric.?
Here's one for starters to get the ball rolling..batteries are heavy and costly to produce.
jabberba
Posts: 2,749
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.425
RE: Innovate UK
Tue 12:18
I think rsm s post perfectly illustrates the potential benefits of shareholders getting involved. Having Vince Cable on board could transform phe's outlook and far outweighs any potential backfiring. Paul Warwick is another great example who has put countless hours and contacts in phe's direction and is probably brainstorming as we speak. There are always risks in doing things but that does not mean one should do nothing.
stokey12
Posts: 2,493
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.435
RE: Innovate UK
Tue 08:15
Jabberba - I am going to respectfully disagree with your 7.38 post. Too many shareholders promoting the company runs the danger of giving the impression of a company that cannot market itself. While responding to tweets is one thing if you have a number of shareholders all writing to the same company about PHE this might backfire.

With the AGM next month we might want to canvass the BoD's vews on whether shareholder promotion should continue or whether for now PHE's profile has been raised enough bearing in mind that we do not have a commercial model up and running.
Heath23
Posts: 578
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.435
RE: Innovate UK
Tue 08:08
https://www.axios.com/oil-companies-double-down-on-plastics-as-public-outcry-grows-1dcb68ce-5559-47e3-8745-a192a0a106e7.html

May be worse before it gets better but if the oil companies keep producing feedstock for PHE it can’t all be bad...
jabberba
Posts: 2,749
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Price:0.435
RE: Innovate UK
Tue 07:48
Of all the companies to benefit from dmg it is the plastics manufacturers and oil companies. If we have the solution then they can carry on doing what they have always done. And they have oodles of cash. What about the plastics federation. They have a new guy just starting who wants to make an impression. Has anyone got any spare time to engage with him/them? I don't write very good letters I'm afraid.! Not my forte.
Anyone else with social media skills to get more people involved? Again I'm of the wrong generation and clueless! Lots could be done by active shareholders. Good luck!
jabberba
Posts: 2,749
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Price:0.435
RE: Innovate UK
Tue 07:38
We need as many active shareholders as possible. Paul Warwick is doing great stuff for waste2tricity and PHE but we the more the merrier!
jabberba
Posts: 2,749
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Price:0.435
RE: Innovate UK
Mon 19:01
Well done! You got a lot further than I did with my MP! All I got was b u ll sh it. Good for you though. This absolutely is the right tech in the right space.
stokey12
Posts: 2,493
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.44
An interesting question on Twitter
Mon 15:36
A rare event I think see this twiter feed https://twitter.com/ThomasCaffrey7/status/1140596698177298433. I think the poster must have a site in mind. Could be promising.
Gadams
Posts: 71
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.44
RE: Innovate UK
Mon 14:52
That’s right Tango1. Rsm61- It was at the Edinburgh presentation night which can be seen here: https://www.sharesmagazine.co.uk/video/powerhouse-energy-group-phe-david-ryan-ceo

Gadams
Tango1
Posts: 84
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.44
RE: Innovate UK
Mon 13:54
Ryan was asked about this at one of the presentations and he said not done because of resource.
rsm61
Posts: 9
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.465
Innovate UK
Mon 13:06
Spoke to my MP (Vince Cable) on Friday about Powerhouse Energy. He said that when he was in Government he set up an organisation called Innovate UK to help companies looking for funding, especially around environmental projects . There are currently 18 invitations to compete for funding https://apply-for-innovation-funding.service.gov.uk/competition/search of which a few of the multi-million share pots available would apply to PHE, including one that opens today.
I've sent this to the general inquires mail address at PHE in case it's not a funding route they've looked at before.
stokey12
Posts: 2,493
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.465
RE: electric vs hydrogen
Mon 12:57
redleader1 - As Newboy58 says it would be best for you to do some research using google or another search engine. This ensures that any answer is not subject to any subjective bias. Also the answer is not that straighforward as in both cases it would depend on the method of creation that is used.
redleader1
Posts: 3,732
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.465
electric vs hydrogen
Mon 12:12
redleader1 3,725 posts
RE: electric vs hydrogen
Can we have a list of the advantages of Hydrogen over electric Please.
I would like to see just how much PHE has to offer
Newboy58
Posts: 10,886
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.47
RE: electric vs hydrogen
Mon 10:51
Google it.
redleader1
Posts: 3,732
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.49
electric vs hydrogen
Mon 08:32
Can we have a list of the advantages of Hydrogen over electric Please.
I would like to see just how much PHE has to offer
jmhy
Posts: 2,952
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.49
Emailed Roger Harribin from BBC
Sat 21:37
About phe atb
sharesport
Posts: 1,611
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.49
RE: Hydrogen - The Fuel of the Future
Sat 12:28
sharesport
Posts: 1,611
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Price:0.49
Hydrogen - The Fuel of the Future
Sat 12:19
18Hydrogen Is the Fuel of the Future. For Real This Time, IEA Says
By Dan Murtaugh
June 14, 2019, 3:00 AM EDT
Agency calls on governments to support fuel to bring down cost
Hydrogen can decarbonize everything from transport to steel
A hydrogen fueling pump in Mill Valley, California, U.S.
A hydrogen fueling pump in Mill Valley, California, U.S. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg
Hydrogen, which has been touted as the fuel of the future much of the past five decades, may finally be on the verge of converting its potential to reality.

Governments, automakers and even oil and gas giants are part of a growing coalition pushing a larger role for the fuel as the world seeks to reduce carbon emissions while still providing reliable electricity to a growing population and powering complex industrial processes, the International Energy Agency said in a report released Friday.
https://www.bloomberg.com/amp/news/articles/2019-06-14/hydrogen-is-the-fuel-of-the-future-for-real-this-time-iea-says




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