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Powerhouse Ener Share Chat (PHE)



Share Price: 0.65Bid: 0.60Ask: 0.70Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Powerhouse Ener
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 16.67%Open: 0.65High: 0.675Low: 0.625Yesterday’s Close: 0.65


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sharesport
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RE: Fallers Today - EQT down 16%
Sat 09:54
Hi Piltick. Am more than happy with progress and will probably add some more. Its great that the PHE units dont take long to build. This is the way forward. Looking forward to the next update. Glah
 
pomander
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RE: Fallers Today - EQT down 16%
Fri 22:08
Just as well Piltick because as KA said back in June 2017;

DMG is a disruptive philosophy £ PowerHouse has created it, and now is the time to disrupt.

I am just not quite so sure as you about Phe's leader
Piltick
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RE: Fallers Today - EQT down 16%
Fri 17:00
Glad my money is in PHE and AFC!
sharesport
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Fallers Today - EQT down 16%
Fri 16:38
Fallers Today - EQT down 16%
dolphin5
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Waste2Tricty
Fri 14:49
Less than 2 weeks until W2T has to file its 30 April 2017 accounts. Will it explain why some shareholders have sold?
pomander
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RE: AFC
Fri 14:13
AFC is certainly a force all of its own - it has survived on Governmenet Grants and the AIM ATM machine whilst total emoluments of the highest paid director for 2016 were just the £1.34 million !

Talking of directors, since 2007, there have been just the 37 Directors with 29 resignations.

If it does not smell right, it is probably rotten
Piltick
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RE: AFC
Fri 13:52
Also, this particular deal is not really on PHE's critical path. I suspect it is more important for AFC as it will be their first sale, but as far as PHE is concerned there is probably no great urgency on this one.

It would certainly be nice to know that the two systems can work together, and it would be good for PHE to know that they can use AFC's fuel cells in the future whenever they want to generate electricity for the grid, but as they are not aiming to have a commercial G3 running until closer to the end of this year, I'm sure that PHE will be prepared to wait a bit longer.
pomander
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RE: AFC
Fri 13:29
The AFC fuel cell will be obsolete before it is complete and if anyone belives AFC will be able to compete with the Chinese, they are probably in for a nasty surprise.
BumbleB
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RE: AFC
Fri 13:03
Yes Piltick. The delays were also down to PHE abandoning pyromex as well as AFC taking ages to sort out a commercial stack. However recent delays looks likely to have been caused by AFC getting the stacks commercial, and taking longer than November, but possibly also them wanting to see evidence that PHE can produce enough of the right quality hydrogen to run with the fuel cell. They will want to avoid damage to the stack, given that ot will be one of the first systems out there.
Piltick
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RE: AFC
Fri 12:59
PHE was expected to take delivery on a fuel cell system from AFC in November or December of last year, but no news of that happening yet. I suspect that it's because AFC have been developing improved and enhanced electrodes and the they didn't want to deliver a system to PHE until they have completed the development to their satisfaction. According to their RNS today, it seems they may now have done that, or that they are very near to it. So perhaps we will have news of the delivery to PHE in the not too distant future.

I should just mention that as this will constitute an important first sale for AFC, it is really for them to make the announcement first when it happens, rather than PHE who is just the buyer, or more likely a joint announcement.




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