This company is doing a good job in development for others, but others are not ordering products from UQM. So far, this is a bunch of users (management interested in paychecks and not growth of product sales, at least short term). Unfortunately, it appears that for this company, there is only a short term. I don't care if they are developing stuff for the U. S. Army. RCA did this for many years in electronics, and for many years is was technologically cool - but no good for the stockholders. Later GE bought it for a bargain price. This company needs growth in revenues from proprietary products. Not research.
"This company is doing a good job in development for others, but others are not ordering products from UQM."
Man, has this been the thing that I can not understand about UQM. I remember a time years ago when I had to explain the concept of what they were involved in to people when I was telling those people what I was investing in. We were there at the birth of the idea and now hybrids are on the road next to me when I am at the red light. In fact, here in NYC, I see the hybrid bus all the time. The things I don't see is: UQM making money from all these product that we are supose to hold the patent on. UQM motors under the hood. And finally, my new sport fishing boat that I should be able to aford for investing in UQM stock.