Noway had been lying that Valence batteries cost > $2000/kWh, and his information was based on Segway retail pricing.
Kanode has stated in the Deutsche Bank conference that they sell around $700/kWh ( 70c -- around 14min).
--- Noway your lies are exposed ----
Perhaps we will have noway to thank one day for putting it on the radars of his Enemies/Friends to short her so when the squeeze comes Daddy can finally buy that surf and turf dinner. :)
"Electric vehicle market is benefitting from the lower lithium battery cost due to rapid growth in large energy storage system installations worldwide. In addition new markets such as cell towers, backup generator systems, and energy storage systems are rapidly replacing diesel powered generators and/or lead acid batteries with lithium battery packs"
I am itching to buy another schnitzel, but I try to time my buys when moral is LOW!!
1. I never said Segway's $2,000 per kWh retail price = Failence's selling price.
2. Just because Kannoccio says something, doesn't make it true. To wit: "Smith deal will generate $70 million in the first year." To wit: their nutty graph in the presentation claiming that an electric truck will save $300K over its lifetime. If that were even remotely true, why does it take taxpayer subsidies of $65K to $95K per truck to get anyone to buy them?
3. Perhaps you should worry about why your money is disappearing rather than wasting your time posting serial idiotic garbage on the internet.