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RE: Powered by waste plastic................Sat 22:23
What will be will be, just remember to manage your emotions, it's all part of the psychology of investing. I know it will never happen but if people could just act rationally there would be more winners than losers on the markets.
Despite Tim saying 31st Oct SPV financial close, I don't think it will happen by then, truth is though, I honestly don't care. At the moment I have a 5 - 10yr time horizon here, I'm confident the world needs DMG and there's enough market share for hundreds or even thousands of these units around the globe in that time.
Instead of looking at the share price and trades other people are making we ought to spend more time looking at the fundamentals of the business, I recently re-read last years annual report for example and regularly go over my research notes and previous press releases/RNS's. Would strongly advise it as it helps me remember the facts and keep my emotions in check. I'm as frustrated as the rest of you btw, have been underwater here since buying in and have been averaging down ever since - and will happily continue to do so. I sincerely see this shareprice as a gift, like being given the opportunity to buy into Netflix or Amazon back in the early days, both of which remember lost over 80% of their value on multiple occasions on their way to the dizzy heights of today.
RE: Powered by waste plastic................Sat 20:06
Unfortunately I’m sceptical as well. Too much talking the talk with rumour and not enough walking the walk with hard fact. We know the potential of this business, but the radio silence from PHE is deafening and worrying. Not attempting to deramp as I am invested here, but concerned at the poor PR and comms coming out of PHE. Hoping for a big, hard fact announcement soon.
Harald Ranke, Managing Director at Selas-Linde, added, “We at Linde are very happy to contribute our gas-cleaning and hydrogen technologies to this forward-looking project. Producing hydrogen from plastic waste will help to solve an environmental problem and at the same time foster decentralised hydrogen utilisation.” https://www.gasworld.com/linde-inks-hydrogen-deal-with-hui/2021654.article
That`s fantastic Dr.A! So let me get this right… PHE have Harald Ranke from Linde on side, which is the world`s largest industrial gas company. Jo Ruxton who is the producer of the documentary ‘A Plastic Ocean’ which Sir David Attenborough labelled as “one of the most important films of our time” and of course Hydrogen Utopia International who has Howard White with a healthy appetite to roll out DMG across Europe, Japan and Korea. Peel NRE who is to roll out DMG across the UK and is part of the Peel Group which is one of the leading infrastructure, transport and real estate investors in the UK. And the team will be in Glasgow, co-hosting a Roundtable to discuss our technology at COP26 which one could say is the most important climate change conferences of our time!
James Greenstreet “members of the Powerhouse team will be up in Glasgow next month, co-hosting a Roundtable to discuss how our technology can help reduce plastic in the oceans and improve the air we breathe. As COP 26 brings the eyes of the world to the city to talk climate change, our event, which is in partnership with Peel NRE and Hydrogen Utopia International, will address how technologies such as ours, will play a key role in tackling the impact of climate change.”
Keith Riley “The issue of plastic pollution must not be forgotten as the world’s focus turns to COP26 next month with a focus of getting Governments to agree to reduce emissions before its too late. Managing wastes such as plastics responsibly is as important as addressing climate change as the result is the same if we fail to do it -irreparable environment damage.”
………Did someone say Linde will be joining the discussions too?
RE: Powered by waste plastic................Sat 13:38
Aldebaran. On the subject of Peel, there was a £3.6M loan arrangement made available in May 2021 from PHE with a 6 month drawdown. If we hear nothing either this or next month the arrangement technically expires; what will this signal ? PHE should at least be able to update on the progress of procuring the manufacture of the long-lead in items or confirm if the loan has not yet been taken up. The purpose of the loan was to mitigate the plant delivery risk, but it looks like Peel are taking things to the wire or other things are afoot. Maybe Europe is the future and the UK will lag behind again. Peel on paper appear a good fit, but seem very slow to implement their projects, which is a big frustration to us SHs.
RE: Powered by waste plastic................Sat 12:57
If there a rocket here itnis apollo 13 has anybody,seen the big sell from Friday people dumping big amounts for weeks is it because peel arent closing the finance deal on time is it evee going to happen i am skeptical more and more
Swazars oh please stop with your deramping theories. We're not all like you, nor do we have to be. It's all opinions which I'm entitled to. Don't need to be loud with my expertise or even lack of. Never claim to be a guru like you are, just a simple investor. If only you knew how much I'm invested in those companies and phe, you certainly wouldn't be calling me a deramper. It's not all black and white mate, this isn't politics and I'm on no sides. Funny how you can't figure out who the real derampers are, but won't call out the huge and pointless ramping. I respect your input and analysis etc as well, but please, stop your ignorance. There's no need for it and I don't need to prove or be like any other poster. Just can't wait to make money from phe
@Ashstash89 After going over your other "opinions" on CINE & ARB here in the LSE, it's pretty obvious you don't have a clue what you're going on about most of the time. Instead of offering nonsense why don't you put a little effort into your attempted de-ramping? Have a great weekend. Give the internet a rest. Get outside & enjoy the fresh air.