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dognamedgus 5 posts  |  Last Activity: Oct 15, 2014 2:02 PM Member since: Feb 10, 2004
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  • dognamedgus dognamedgus Oct 15, 2014 2:02 PM Flag

    Read the text in this post again...understand that it came from an energy,gov website...I did not write it...our microturbines work well for these applications...just how many buildings are described by the projections...thousands+...

    AIMHOGus

    "that can be replicated across DOD"

    "NASA’s first CHP deployment: there is potential for 73 MW of CHP across the agency"

    "replacement of diesel generators at any remote, isolated government sites, such as DOD forward operating bases, FEMA emergency zones, forests and parks. Typically electricity and fuel costs are excessively high in the Artic, and the maintenance requirements for a microturbine are far less than diesel engines"

  • dognamedgus dognamedgus Oct 15, 2014 8:10 AM Flag

    Good choice if you have better opportunities or need the $$$$ today.

    When your loss sinks in, remember that you ain't broke this morning. Be careful to not make quick decision with $$$...let it sink in.

    If Cappy's future is lower or even BK, you will be happy.

    If it rebounds, you can always buy back in....you ain't broke this morning...

    It could go a whole lot lower...capitulation is good for shorts and new longs, but it stinks to high heaven for everybody else.

    Good luck doowop59, and please forgive if this free advice is off-target,

    FWIWGus

  • Projects funded under the Energy Department’s Federal Energy Management Program are:

    National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas)— This 13.7 megawatt (MW) CHP system at the center is expected to net more than $29 million in energy savings over its lifetime. This will be NASA’s first CHP deployment: there is potential for 73 MW of CHP across the agency.

    Department of Defense (Army Aberdeen Proving Ground in Edgewood, Maryland)—This 7.9 MW CHP system, executed under an Energy Savings Performance Contract, will replace a steam generation plant being decommissioned in 2016. The new system will provide 86 percent of the site’s steam supply and offset 50 percent of current electricity use. The project will also develop standard protocols—including design, air permitting, and electrical interconnection— that can be replicated across DOD.

    National Science Foundation (Arctic Program at Thule Air Base in Greenland)—This 30 kilowatt (kW) CHP system will serve as a model for NSF facilities and assist agencies in evaluating the replacement of diesel generators at any remote, isolated government sites, such as DOD forward operating bases, FEMA emergency zones, forests and parks. Typically electricity and fuel costs are excessively high in the Artic, and the maintenance requirements for a microturbine are far less than diesel engines.

    Give it time fellas...buy sell, hold...GLTA...longs and shorts...

    AIMHOGus

  • Reply to

    I bought back in yesterday...

    by dognamedgus Oct 14, 2014 8:28 AM
    dognamedgus dognamedgus Oct 14, 2014 8:55 AM Flag

    Thanks for your efforts, you small green fruit...

    Do you hear me laughing in your head...thought so...

    Now, get back to work!

    Gus

  • Lets see what happens...

    Still plenty of dry powder if drops further...versus a wild ride up...

    GLTAGus

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