it would be nice if this board did not become like clne board
Repeat the same thing over and over again
Talk about shorts,price of stock etc
Talk about the fundamentals
Has it reach a point where wprt will not be involved in putting ng on engines
Will and should it not be that it should be 100% done on engine factor line?
Will wprt mainly become a parts seller and less partnership?
Is wprt teck just too costly?
Will volume bring the price of wprt system down?
So there is plenty to talk about besides this stupid stuff
youre guessing about an industry with no history or track record. the fact is, the potential and applications are enormous. it can effect almost every country and economy in the world. you can throw out questions and surmise, surmise, surmise, however, you have no clue as to what the future holds for Westport. any single headline can move the needle one way or another, and there are possibly hundreds of headlines to come. it can be tomorrow, next week, next month, or next year. funny, at the beginning, people had a lot of doubts about the cellphone. who needs it. they had doubts about pc's. who needs it. those companies balance sheets were horrible and guys like piggsnoggle or whatever it is , would bash away. stupid people huh?
My answer to these would be
It must get the price down
Since there is no company that will heavily invest in the US on the new hpdi sytem
Heavily investing is .
A factory line with 20,000 ng engines a minimum a year
Make a deal with Weicha
Another Assembly plant for hpdi
Wprt invest in it like the last one,more if needed in % terms
They must get volume and now
This only works if volume would bring the price down a lot
would like some one smarter than me to comment on that
Why is the hpdi so costly?
I disagree. I don't believe that management here can achieve their goals. There will be more losses and downward pressure on the share price. Wayne, Drew, et al., Obama could MANDATE nat gas as the only motor fuel, and nat gas could be priced at $0.00, and I still doubt this company could be profitable. IMO