Yes, but in the Q&A, Fuelcells were not even considered competitors due to their costs.
Wannamakeabet which company sooner becomes profitable without Government handouts?
I'll bet on Cappy...you bet on FCEL.
It is the multiple global revenue streams that are so compelling.
Not delisting, not BK...growing and gaining a global presence.
All the macros are good. Other than a "soft" UK, I didn't hear much downside.
I loved the talk about boxstore trucks, pumpjacks, mining, Tesco, New markets, BigBigBig oil.
Clean Diesel as a way to compete with ICE...pretty cool idea.
Good job Cappy.
Lookin' pretty good...Absolutely no reduction in revenue streams....cost reduction is business plan.
Lots of Q&A worth a listen....some tidbits below.
Did I hear them right...end 14 with 25% gross margin...that is up from current 14%...gradual. 21% in the next two quarters...Royalty soon dropping in half...Q2 14.
Poland...Slovenia just got an order. Chinese government has ambitious plans. South America strong. Several new orders from Australia already in. Africa is minig oil and gas...mining?
Pumpjacks will double oil/gas market. Laundry list of customers in petro. Many huge follow-on orders.
Diesel power using turbines...clean diesel...10X the natural gas market. Flaring is becoming a 4-letter word.
C250...18 months maybe sooner for launch, 24 at latest...very happy awaiting DOE...then out to field....then launch...compared with C200 we get 20% higher output with only 5% increase in build material.
OEM contract with yachts...marine $$$...mentioned cruise ships backup...also mentioned workboats, ferries and tankers.
Mobile: most opportunity Bus or delivery trucks. Designline...our largest fleet.
Kenworth...Perterbilt both ready to test in box store application...mentioned Fedex, Costco as possibilities.
Tesco 20 stores with Cappy...SoCal is first order with big potential. New York New Jersey and hotels will be showcase.
ICE is the big competitor...but they are loud, inefficient and polluting.
Fuel cells aren't even considered a competitor due to their costs.
Q1 14 looking good...assume another 1:1 book-to-build. All the macro drivers are pointing in our direction.
How's the hat taste...put a little lime on it and fill it with brown chunky turnip stuff.
Enjoy the CC Stern....sold at 95 cents eh?
Better keep trying Sternip...you have another 15 minutes to eat your hat. You sold at 95 cents...remember?
BTW: Thank you for getting this jewel under 90 cents for me and the longs.
You are the best root vegetable ever.
CHP for Santa Maria del Mar Basilica
Ultramodern design...Sanzpont is global leader...this is great news!
Electrical Installation: micro-turbine energy cogeneration capstone system, 3 pieces of equipment 65 KW each; synchronism and parallelism electric board of simultaneous consumption and low-consumption LED based illumination.
Air Conditioning: Partial, only Museum-Cafeteria and services buildings, 2 chillers 100 Ton each, located on basement. The residual heat produced by the micro-turbines is used for its function.
Read it and weep shortie.
On June 10, 2013, Capstone Turbine Corporation, a Delaware corporation (the "Company"), received a notice (the "Notice") from the Listing Qualifications Department of the Nasdaq Stock Market ("Nasdaq") advising the Company that it had regained compliance with Nasdaq Listing Rule 5450(a)(1) as a result of the bid price of the Company's common stock having closed at or above $1.00 per share for the ten consecutive trading days prior to the date of the Notice. The Notice indicated that the matter is now closed.
Gosh I love your post Ate-cedarwood...bless your kind heart.
I am laugh, laugh, and laughing with a sorta twisted giggle in your short head, on your short body.
Go etc yourself.
Great post. This one has been out there for awhile though.
Google "FY2013 Energy Conservation Investment Program - Comptroller", and find it on the list. Budget greater than 7 million bucks. Looks like they are moving forward...maybe more next week as a pleasant surprise. If not, just wait as the Russian experience suggests there will surely be more orders coming.
I cannot help but wonder if Capstone should patent their turbines in a mesh cage to protect from EMP...see my post this morning. I say this because national interests of defense (instead of- or in addition to- energy conservation) would come into play.
If somebody can figure out a way to cheaply and reliably generate electricity after EMP, then they truly have a global market of deep pockets....defense $$$.
Help me try to figure out how to get the principals at Cappy to tap into this MASSIVE global market. I tend not to contact companies, so I post this in hopes that it is read by wise eyes.
Thanks again for the post...
Use aluminum siding...make a Faraday caged power plant that has absolutely no reliance upon the grid.
A Faraday cage or Faraday shield is an enclosure formed by conducting material or by a mesh of such material. Such an enclosure blocks external static and non-static electric fields. Faraday cages are named after the English scientist Michael Faraday, who invented them in 1836.
Seems like a perfect design to cage everything needed if an entire grid is compromised.
Does anybody reading this know DOE, DoD, Congress, Executive Branch, or Cappy Principals well enough to ask them about this...
It would be good for the company...it would be even better for America and allies.
That is news from today...the ENEX prefab units work! Notice...NO GRID needed.
Google them..."Электростанции Enex типа БКЭС на базе газотурбинных электроагрегатов"
They are one room power plants centered on Cappy microturbines. Think of them as "personal computers" for every building in the world. Are these the grid-connected METRO-E.ON powerplants...are these the grid-connected SoCalGas powerplants...are these the grid-connected Related Companies powerplants
Background from today's Russian news:
Ritek in 2010, plans to have the first commercial oil field Timerovskom
February 12, 2010 OilCapital.ru. OJSC "RITEK" (a subsidiary of OAO " LUKOIL ") in 2010, plans to have the first commercial oil field Timerovskom. This is stated in the company's quarterly report.
In addition, this year the company plans to conduct active exploration work in the area of Nizhnekamsk reservoir, which is located in the waters of Timerovskoe field.
Recall that Ritek opened Timerovskoe deposit in November 2009 exploration wells drilled 843 N gave oil with a daily output of more than 100 tons
Ritek in 2009 extracted 2.928 million tons of oil. The growth of industrial recoverable oil reserves of C1 was 15,741 million tons on January 1, 2010 RITEK holds licenses for 33 fields. Current oil reserves of C1 and C2 are 325,393,000 tons, natural gas - 2,992,000,000 cubic meters. m
The authorized capital of the company is 101,508,000 rubles. For that amount emitted 144762000 ordinary and 250,000 preferred shares of par value of 0.7 rubles. The main shareholder of the company is a group of "LUKOIL".
BPC Engineering has launched into commercial operation of the complete power plant ENEX based Capstone microturbines for Timerovskom oilfield CCI "TatRITEKneft", included in the structure of JSC "RITEK". The power plant is manufactured in our own factory BOC Tutaev Yaroslavl region in accordance with individual customer requirements. Its electric power is 600 kW.
ENEX powerhouse in offline mode. It is composed of 3 Capstone C200 microturbine installation, two of which are major, and one - the backup. The project BPC Engineering performed as supervising installation and commissioning of the equipment. ENEX powerhouse built as part of the obligations of the oil company for recycling at least 95% of associated petroleum gas, which is used as fuel. Feature of the project is the high content of nitrogen in PNG deposits (59%) and low content of methane (26.6%). This choice is due microturbine generators that can operate in aggressive fuels, including changing the methane number and high hydrogen sulfide content (4-7%), without damage to the engine, unlike piston units are very sensitive and require a fuel composition special training of the gas. Associated gas from the high pressure oil field is applied directly to the installation of oil separation at the turbine to generate electricity.
The main consumers of electricity are bushes oil field production wells, pumping equipment, group metering stations and low-voltage equipment. ENEX powerhouse has been put on the object in the block-modular high degree of prefabrication, which includes, besides the main generating equipment, power distribution systems, automation, control and monitoring, alarm and fire.
To date, power ENEX Timerovskogo oil field operated in the normal mode and utilizes the entire oil field associated gas. Operational and maintenance of power is carried out by specialists BPC Engineering in the three-year service contract with JSC "RITEK".
I'll bet we on't get delisted.
The whales are here.
Only BIG things attract the whales.
Something very big is coming. I don't know what it is...
BTW: Join me at laughing in the heads of the loser shorts. If they were pros, they would already be gone. Therefore, I can only conclude that they are losers. As they read this, they will realize just how they have been manipulated by me and other longs. We are laugh, laugh, and more laughing in their heads as they read this. $1.22 with something BIG on the way...just plain wow.
This stock is nothing but up.
BTWII: Gilbreth left to make $$$. He knows something big is coming. Must be Uncle Sam IMHO.
The nation's largest natural-gas distribution utility.
As with the Metro-E.ON PR, this news suggests the Utilities are backing us. It also points out the obvious problem...FCELs and Batteries are toxic waste....the greens will understand that message loud and clear as they decide how to influence redistributive power on a global scale.
This stock is nothing but up.
from Terak, I-Village
Work Progresses on 133 Greenwich St. Marriott in NYC
4/12/2013: Work Progresses on 133 Greenwich St. Marriott in NYC
Contract documents are nearing completion on a new Courtyard Marriott hotel scheduled to be built one block south of the World Trade Center site in Lower Manhattan. The 320 room hotel is being developed by 133 Greenwich Street Associates on a site that will offer spectacular views of the 9/11 Memorial and easy access to Wall Street and all of Lower Manhattan. The hotel is being designed by Danny Forster Design Studio and Peter Poon Architects, with engineering services provided by ADS Engineers, lighting design by Brett Malak Lighting Design Inc. and green design and LEED consulting provided byAlpine Green Solutions.
The hotel is targeting LEED Silver Certification and features a number of high performance design features. High efficiency heating and cooling managed by a card-key room control system will provide guests individualized comfort while saving energy. Natural gas fired Capstone microturbines will provide combined heat and power, significantly improving energy performance while reducing annual energy costs. LED lighting and other energy conservation measures are being incorporated into the project design that will improve the overall energy efficiency of the project.