Same here, but as with most small companies, it’s time for a dose of realism:
Waste to energy is a HUGE opportunity for investors, and it’s only a matter of time before the ‘big boys’ march in. This won’t be a bad thing for PHE, but it will give the company a ceiling…and it won’t be very high. Forget any shouts of 40p - 50p/share. PHE will be long gone before that; either gobbled up by a big player for a few pence, or pushed into the background by a bigger kid on the block.
The company also need to look again, imo, at the capacity: 5 - 10 tpd is a bit of a joke. That figure wouldn’t service my own waste needs for much more than a year (a bit of an exaggeration…). Would you buy into that? I suppose the energy ‘output’ ameliorates that a bit, but even so…
So, all in all, I’m just happy to be in at 1p, with less than massive expectations :)
This will just be an extra revenue stream to PHE of £2M a year or more depending on the production and the units installed. As mentioned by the CEO Munich was initially planning to hold 25tpd unit but could vary on demand. Now it can even hold 4 times 25tpd unit i.e. 100tpd producing more electricity to meet demands. I believe that the facility is located near Munich airport and just having a contract with the airport to provide them electricity would be £Millions in turnover.
The main revenue will be via W2T and selling its unit world wide.
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