Players. The cell phones that come with NiMH
batteries I notice still don't didtinguidh thrm much in
terms of convenience as Lithium ION, e.g. They don't
mention that it's charged in an hour (15 minutes to 60%0,
but still give you the 'exercise' routine, with the
10 to 12 hour initial charge cycle. Also NiMH has no
'Memory'. Plug it in anytime.
stores. I was recently in a Meijer store here in
Southwest Ohio and noticed they have a huge rechargable
battery section now. It mainly features the NiMH
batteries and are sold both seperately and with a charger.
If I'm not mistaken, I could have sworn that they
were packaged by Rayovac. Do we (Ener) still get a cut
of these sales too?
Anyway, I believe Meijer is
based in Michigan.
I don't think oil prices would have anything to
do with the project. I suspect,however, they may
have something to do with investor expectations. There
is a good demand for solar. Apwr has been saying
they have sold out their output, and that is why they
are expanding. My problem with ENER is we never knew
much about the financial arrangements with Canon or
anybody else (battery sales), and how Ener managed to
lose money with what appear to be great products. My
other problem with ENER in the past anyway was the
stock touting by various people, and the consistent
indsider sales. The number of shares outstanding seems to
have increased since I last looked. I never got tout
calls for APWR or SPIR, but I used to get them for
ENER. I haven't been touted for a while, so maybe
things are looking up. If no one touts for a while I
might think of getting back in.
headache is better
visit the Bekaert
website I think they mention 2.5 BILLION EU as their
revenue ( I may be wrong) this is not small
BP Solarex predicts 1 billion in PV sales by 2004 so
these projections by Beckaert seem in line
reminds us that " they" often test "
battery and end up purchasing the consumer
from a non GM Ovonic source
ECD-PLUG-GE relationship hopefully will auger well for
As others have pointed out royalties are
Good luck today