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Powerhouse Ener Share Chat (PHE)



Share Price: 1.075Bid: 1.05Ask: 1.10Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Powerhouse Ener
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 4.76%Open: 1.175High: 1.175Low: 1.075Yesterday’s Close: 1.075


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Prognosticator
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RE: PHE
Fri 19:56
As was said earlier by someone, that day of a commercial deal announcement is around the corner.
I got the feeling it's less than two months away and that phe can choose from multiple interested parties who they are going to deal with first.
That morning rns is around the corner and watch the multi bag then. I ain't cashing in my profit as am holding for much more.
 
jabberba
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RE: PHE
Fri 19:04
Cheers Johnny, there are so many possibilities for PHE at the moment apart from all the income from waste disposal, energy production and somone mentioned fertiliser as an income stream! And each one is absolutely massive
johnny1872
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RE: Time for rest
Fri 19:02
You played a blinder today,chill,hope you have a cracking weekend.
johnny1872
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RE: PHE
Fri 18:27
Get into them jaba,well said mate,it's the same old shyte night after night from them,they will soon **** off under the rock they came from.

Excuse my language Ladies and Gents,getting a wee bit too excited,great times ahead for PHE.
jabberba
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RE: Toyota Fuel Cell 620 Mile Range
Fri 18:11
Good find Sharesport! My understanding is that Keith is in discussions with a number of global players but after the demos we may have even more companies to choose from
jabberba
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RE: PHE
Fri 18:04
Having talked to the company, investor's who attended and prospective partners I feel it has been an excellent week.
You have done nothing, spoken to nobody and are not invested any more after buying in at the worst possible time and selling for a whacking loss are not qualified to comment. The fact that you have no shame in infesting this board with your bile is a testament to your character. Loser
sharesport
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RE: Toyota Fuel Cell 620 Mile Range
Fri 18:01
The possibilities are mind bogling. Looking forward to the journey ahead. GLAH
sharesport
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RE: Toyota Fuel Cell 620 Mile Range
Fri 18:00
Part 2
Concept Bus
Toyota will display a new fuel-cell concept bus called Sora alongside the Fine-Comfort Ride at the Tokyo Motor Show, which begins Oct. 25, the company said in a separate release. The bus has room for 79 people including the driver, two more than its current bus.
The concept has eight high-definition cameras monitoring the interior and exterior of the vehicle, LED lamps at the front and rear, fold-up seats, and acceleration control to prevent jerky starts. Toyota plans to begin sales of the bus from 2018, the company spokeswoman said.
Toyota aims to have a national fleet of more than 100 fuel-cell buses, mainly within Tokyo, before the city hosts the 2020 Olympic Games.
sharesport
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Toyota Fuel Cell 620 Mile Range
Fri 17:59
Toyota Targets 620-Mile Range With Concept Fuel-Cell Vehicle
Toyota Motor Corp. is set to unveil a fuel-cell concept car that aims to offer 50 percent more driving range than its current hydrogen-powered sedan in a technology push that defies a rising wave of battery-driven vehicles.
Japan£s biggest auto manufacturer is targeting a 1,000-kilometer (620-mile) range for the Fine-Comfort Ride concept under local standards, compared with about 650 kilometers for the current Mirai fuel-cell vehicle, according to a statement Wednesday. The concept car, to be introduced at the Tokyo Motor Show next week, will include artificial intelligence and automated driving features.
Toyota is continuing to champion fuel-cell vehicles as the ultimate zero-emission cars, even as the falling cost of lithium-ion batteries has lured a majority of automakers to plug-in technology in the face of ever more stringent environmental standards worldwide. China, the world£s largest market, said last month that it was working on a timeline to end the sale of internal-combustion vehicles, joining countries including France, India and the U.K.
While Japan has created a Hydrogen Society Roadmap to increase the number of fuel-cell vehicles on its roads to 40,000 by 2020, there are currently just 2,200 or so. Bloomberg New Energy Finance estimates the government will only achieve 60 percent of its target.
Honda, Lexus
Other than the Mirai, which Toyota launched in late 2014, only Honda Motor Co. has a hydrogen-powered car for sale in the country, the Clarity Fuel Cell. Toyota£s luxury arm, Lexus, has also committed to bringing a hydrogen-powered model to the market, introducing a concept sedan in 2015. Toyota aims to boost annual global sales of fuel-cell vehicles 10-fold to 30,000 units by about 2020 or after with a broader lineup.
The Fine Comfort-Ride sedan can accommodate six people and seats can be rearranged so that they all face inward. A Toyota spokeswoman declined to provide additional details of the powertrain or self-driving technology.
Although hydrogen vehicles can be refueled in about three minutes and have a substantially longer range than electric cars, they suffer from a lack of infrastructure. There are only 91 hydrogen stations in Japan, with the government targeting 160 by 2020, according to BNEF.
By comparison, Japan has about 7,200 public quick chargers for EVs, according to a Nissan Motor Co. estimate. Nissan£s Leaf takes about 30 minutes to charge and offers about 400 kilometers of driving range.
To encourage the establishment of more refueling stations, Toyota is developing hydrogen-powered commercial vehicles, including a delivery truck it will use in a project with convenience store 7-Eleven Japan. A pair of Toyota fuel-cell buses began operation in Tokyo this year. The company has also joined with Honda and Royal Dutch Shell Plc to build seven hydrogen refueling stations in California.
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pomander
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RE: PHE
Fri 17:51
You are wasting your time ramping this dud- its been a disastrous week by any measures and the wild claims of that teh share price multi bag are proven untrue for the umpteenth time.

KA continues to falsely claim that Phe has the world's first hydrogen from waste process (HfW). Apart from teh minor issue that Phe has no complete commercially viable unit, there is much competition and far more advanced that Phe.

There is also the small matter of there is no IP

Somebody really ought to pick him up this.




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