to bottom line? Is the RNG the highest margin gas they sell?
How much more RNG do they plan on selling in 2016? They are up to 40 million gallons.
If they show a profit and oil goes back to 55 or 60, then the stock will be back up. But I wonder how close they are to profits even with 40 dollar oil. End of 2016?
That is the way to think about the value of this company now. HOw much to buy it out? I think there will be offers if it lingers long enough for people to make a proposal.
I personally think that the company would be bought out in the two-digits in order to convince Chatila and them to go along with it.
seriously, time to sell out to a company like SPWR or FSLR. Actually, Shell or Exxon could buy this baby without a thought.
Not sure where the media is getting their info from. There are no liquidity issues. SUNE even said they have enough to buy Vivint if they decide to ultimately do that. Plus, have you looked at their assets? They could just sell one of their small solar plants if they needed greater liquidity in the coming year. But they won't because they do not need more liquidity. They also have a bunch of financial tools and levers to pull for liquidity.
MOST importantly, they go cash flow positive in Q2 2016, and the liquidity issue will be in the past for the long-term as their projects collect PPA money and huge PPA money for the next 20 to 30 years.
well, Chatila only talked about this because someone asked about it. And if they do license the technology, then it costs very little for them; it's pure profit, really. Others will pay for the use of their intellectual property.
GTAT tanked because they invested with Apple a huge amount of money, and then Apple backed out and even decided to take a big (for most companies) loss on their investment with GTAT.
sigh. When will it get to holding 10 GW of solar/wind? I mean, that's going to be massive, massive cash generation. But the stock is just a mess right now, been so for several months.
looking at billion dollar deals; companies are calling them to exploit their silicon / wafer technology. unbelievable. "more than any other" part of their business, they are attracting solicitors for the poly technology.
early short covering and bargain hunters. what does big money do here? greenlight doubles down? seems like an institution might jump in at these prices, with assurance of liquidity. this co will likely be doing well in 2017, when many other companies struggle a bit.
greenlight sees 1.30 plus in earnings in 2016; if so, the stock is severely underpriced. the price targets are at some multiple of the current stock price.
Next step is California and pushing the tipping point forward. The economics, with the policies and the Calfornians' mindsets make ng trucking/sanit/transit very very appealing. And that economy is larger than most nations'
any thoughts on who? I mean, if just one of these oil companies is serious about what they say about climate change and not wanting to let it run loose on their progeny...... the stock goes back up very quickly into two digits.