Fellow shareholders, look at Bayswater
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Inventory looks good, and turnover seems strong. Could do 10 million in Revenues this year! 12 million or 1 million per month may be too optimistic....but its possible. Much higher margins than the Electrical Construction.
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I uploaded some pictures to Pinterest for anyone interested:
Many utilities are posting pictures today...
Came across one picture of two tank like barge vehicles doing swamp work in South Carolina posted by Gov. Nikki Haley....could see Terex long on crane arm, but couldn't see any other logo's....could be our very own SEP!
Ive retweeted the pictures, find on tweeter or google images if interested.
The states with least amount of wind power are in SEP backyard.....Southeastern US.
Map of % by state in article by 'Clean Technica' .......Google heading if interested.
C&C Owner sold because it required too much of his time, according to the article on C&C.
I've said this before, but I think the company is suffering from growing pains. They've come a long way in a very short period of time. I've followed this company for many years, and in both electrical and real estate development, they have always done excellent work.
Instead of the "big contract," they might be better off with smaller, more geographically diverse ones.
The Carolinas got pounded pretty hard first quarter, and they do a lot of work there, so I'm looking for second quarter for better results. rr
Bring it on! Tired of wallowing in the low $2's. I still think GV is a fantastic hold into Q1 numbers next month. Unlike Q4, Q1 should be a nice comp with increases in revenue, earnings & backlog. Maybe weather will hurt them a bit, but I think the boost from the new acquisition will more than compensate.
Then we're set up for an eye popping Q2 comp with earnings of .10+/share vs. a loss last year. Will be shocked if GV doesn't see at least the $3's later this year. Maybe $4-$6 if it gets some momo from the sector boom. Could go even higher than that if they announce another CREZ size contract (only a matter of WHEN not if imo). No clue why anyone would give away their shares here. GV has tons of upside, minimal downside. Risk/reward sure looks exciting!
Funny you mention this, I was thinking that maybe they need to bring in someone that can take them to the next stage and start promoting the company. Considering that they only grew revenues last year 10%, when others are doing better.
I think Xcel has comparatively small footprint in TX and CO.
For the 10th year in a row, utility company Xcel Energy has been.....
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The American Wind Energy Association issued the following news release:
Wind energy continued its forward march in 2013 as an ever-growing piece of the mainstream U.S. electricity mix, with a record number of projects and generating capacity under construction by year's end, billions of dollars of continued private investment, and new records for generation in many areas, according to the just-released AWEA U.S. Wind Industry Annual Market Report Year Ending 2013 (deleted)
The U.S. industry ended 2013 with 61,110 megawatts (MW) operating in the U.S. across 46,100 wind turbines in 39 states and Puerto Rico . The 905 utility-scale wind projects operating here exceeded 4 percent of the U.S. electricity generation during 2013, and are now able to power the equivalent of 15.5 million American homes. They will continue to deliver new, affordable, clean generation year after year. Meanwhile, an average of $15 billion a year is invested in new projects, resulting in the industry posting 19.5 percent average annual growth over the past five years.
"Increasingly, America is powered by wind energy," said AWEA CEO Tom Kiernan . "As utilities and Americans become more familiar with this affordable and reliable energy source, they want more of it. Our industry is responding with record construction numbers, more business for American factories, and more deployment of wind energy that has become a new cash crop for our farmers and ranchers."
The year began slowly after a last-minute extension of the federal Production Tax Credit (PTC) for renewable energy on Jan. 2, 2013 . The supply chain had slowed down during the months preceding the threatened expiration. As a result of the slowdown and the months needed to region momentum, the industry saw a 92 percent drop in installations, down from a record 13,131 MW in 2012 to just 1,087 MW in 2013. With a historic 12,000 MW and 100 projects under construction as 2013 drew to a close. This boom-bust pattern co