Thanks for the link...a pretty fair article, I think. Here are my favorite snippets:
Firm thinks working with a large OEM is an encouraging development for AONE, especially if it could lead to a production contract. AONE also won a pilot program with Eaton for a fleet of PHEV medium duty trucks.
...need for early wins to build scale, and execution risk in ramping from minimal revenues to potential billions in under 5 years.
Firm maintains their Equal-Weight rating but notes that their base-to-extreme-bull-case scenarios range from $25 to $54/share. - Deutsche Bank is reiterating Buy and $17 target on AONE saying yesterday's commentary reinforces their positive thesis
company appears to be planning to ramp capacity by ~200 mWh's per quarter which, assuming 80% utilization, implies a revenue acceleration of $130MM per quarter.
currently involved in 36 vehicle development programs, up from 18 at the time of its late September 2009 IPO.
but lets face it - the current $24 mln revenue number is nothing compared to $800 mln run-rate DB sees for 2012....Right now, it's all about capacity & deals with automakers. AONE has both.