yep, website stinks. nothing here.
just a couple Applied Materials veterans growing a business.
look what Hansen has accomplished in China/Asia for AMAT.
now he is working diligently for little old ZBB.
The web site stinks and has about nothing. If you look up the firm it appears to also be about nothing - at best a vechicle to partner up with to gain other partners. It appears that Powersav is ZBB's partner in a venture with AnHui XinLong Electrical Company (WinLong Electrical) and WuHu Huarui Power Transmission & Transformation Engineering COmpany (WuHu Huarui).
If you Google "PowerSav Inc. Invests in Joint Venture Company to Enter China's Energy Storage Market" you might find a good article from August 11, 2011.
Now is about the time I again wish the guy with a cloud over his head dd not chase away the guy who had experience running a electrical business in China. What a dope. Blew off an expert.
There was more detail there previously.
There were links to other pages with these titles:
Products, Our Partners, About Us
Probably wasn't that much then (didn't capture more of the site,) and there's not much there now.
The link to http://www.meinengenergy.com/
is all "Coming Soon."
All in all, not at all impressive.
It is probably not in the best interest of the company that we have this stuff posted on the message board that was inadvertently mentioned on the conference call, especially with the transaction meant to be kept private (if this is indeed the partnership). I just hope somehow this doesn't turn into some breech of contract with releasing of the name (again, if this is actually the case).
of course I do.
Applied Ventures invests in Energy conversion and storage.
They are interested in Grid Scale storage for their Utility Scale solar.
Apfelbach, Hansen are veterans of Applied Materials.
MSN money has them on a hold it the moment. Might be a liquid problem. Got to have a friend of mine do some snooping again., he's better then I am.
Othwise Applie Technologies is almost next door to them too.
LONG & STRONG