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dognamedgus 24 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 7, 2014 8:20 PM Member since: Feb 10, 2004
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  • Could be quite a spectacle....

    Clearly some short nerves beginning to fray on the board...


    BTW: this is getting close...P687 MW CHP MICROTURBINE PLANT - Package #1

  • Y--Syracuse CHP Plant Construction
    Solicitation Number: VA70114I0199
    Agency: Department of Veterans Affairs

    In an effort to improve energy efficiency and reduce energy consumption, the Department of Veterans Affairs has commissioned the construction of a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant at the Syracuse VA Medical Center (VAMC) in Syracuse, Onondaga County, New York. The CHP Plant will include nominal 520 kilowatt natural-gas fired, using an eight 65 kW microturbine package. Planned facility upgrades also include installation of hydronic pumps, hot water supply pipe and return pipes for hot water distribution, natural gas piping, and switchgear upgrades at the VAMC. The CHP will include heat exchangers, roof-mounted microturbines with exhaust silencers, integral heat exchangers, roof-mounted dry cooler and a structural steel platform.

    This project is planned for advertising in early July 2014. In accordance with VAAR 836.204, the magnitude of construction is between $1,000,000.00 and $5,000,000.00. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code 237130 (size standard $33.5 million) applies to this procurement. The duration of the project is currently estimated at 240 calendar days from the issuance of a Notice to Proceed. The services for this project will include providing all construction related services including: providing labor, materials and equipment required to complete the project as per contract documents prepared by an independent Architectural-Engineering firm.

  • dognamedgus dognamedgus Jun 12, 2014 7:08 AM Flag

    Your fine metaphors made the fired fox of fives throwed up in her fur.

    Cappy has a ticket to ride today.

  • Reply to

    Huge News...Solicitation Number: VA70114I0199

    by dognamedgus Jun 11, 2014 10:06 PM
    dognamedgus dognamedgus Jun 12, 2014 2:13 PM Flag

    Anybody think they will mention this or the recent investor, or the bigger turbines, or expanding production, or the bigger credit this afternoon?


  • Reply to

    Huge News...Solicitation Number: VA70114I0199

    by dognamedgus Jun 11, 2014 10:06 PM
    dognamedgus dognamedgus Jun 12, 2014 7:15 PM Flag

    80 Megawatt project?

    anybody have an idea what that is?

  • Couldn't even drop it to $1.40 with 52 million shorted...uh-oh...

    I must admit, the orchestrated involvement of fools is astounding....

    I cannot wait for their orchestrated collective fate...


  • dognamedgus dognamedgus Jun 13, 2014 6:37 PM Flag

    Nice close.

  • dognamedgus dognamedgus Jun 14, 2014 12:38 AM Flag

    MM may have picked up over half a million shares in 1 minute at 9:38 before it bounced right up. three blocks 1.40...1.40001...1.40

    Look at the chart for the day, and tell us...Was that panic selling or smart MM triggering a big stop...I sure hope those shares were yours goatass17...whomever it was probably felt sick by 4PM...dontchathink genius?


  • dognamedgus dognamedgus Jun 14, 2014 7:57 AM Flag

    Thank you for that appears to have been a bear raid....OMG, the shorts with 52 million shares orchestrated a huge drop and the SEC stopped the plan....all we need is a buyout rumor or a big order, or increase assembly, or executive order or, or, or....and 52 million squeeze...

    The rise throughout the day on volume shows the long interests are strons after hitting the numbers...despite the concert of fools. Prepare dry powder, as it appears shortie is desperate to drive it down to cover...

    "In addition, combining the alternative uptick rule with a circuit breaker strikes the appropriate balance between our goal of preventing short selling, including potentially manipulative or abusive
    short selling, from being used as a tool to exacerbate a declining market in a security and the need to allow for the continued smooth functioning of the markets, including the provision of liquidity and price efficiency in the markets. The circuit breaker approach of Rule 201 will help benefit the marketfor a part icular security by allowing participants, when a security is undergoing a significant i tra-day price decline, an opportunity to re-evaluate circumstances and respond to volatility in that security. We also believe that a circuit breaker will better target short selling that may be related to potential bear raids 1224 and other forms of manipulation that may be used as a tool to exacerbate a price decline in a covered security. "

  • dognamedgus dognamedgus Jun 14, 2014 8:07 AM Flag


  • dognamedgus dognamedgus Jun 14, 2014 8:20 AM Flag

    Bear Raid...

    A trader's attempt to force down the price of a particular security by heavy selling or short selling. In the case of short selling, the trader then makes a profit by buying the stock cheaply to cover the short position. Bear raids are often carried out by large groups of traders together, since an individual trader might not have a large enough trade to influence market price significantly.

    This practice is not allowed under SEC regulations....go figure.

  • A trader's attempt to force down the price of a particular security by heavy selling or short selling. In the case of short selling, the trader then makes a profit by buying the stock cheaply to cover the short position. Bear raids are often carried out by large groups of traders together, since an individual trader might not have a large enough trade to influence market price significantly.


    Looks like Sternip is working for me it down again, and methinks more than me and the moonman will be there waiting to buy more....only 52 million shares left to, get back to work, and NEVER forget that I am laugh, laugh, laughing loudly in your hatless head...


  • Reply to

    A good company

    by mollygalore Jun 15, 2014 1:32 PM
    dognamedgus dognamedgus Jun 15, 2014 4:25 PM Flag

    OMG...whatta silly post...I love it....

    please keep posting these if this is your best shot...

    52 million shares short and this is your best shot...go for it!

    free may be time to cover.


  • dognamedgus by dognamedgus Jun 22, 2014 12:43 PM Flag

    "Concentrated solar is a mystery phrase to most people in the United States, but it's an important topic in the rest of the world. The concept is based on creating extremely high-output electric generators that run on turbines fired by steam. The steam is generated by using parabolic mirrors to focus the sun's rays on a tank filled with water."


    Electric utilities… are seen by many investors as a sturdy and defensive subset of the investment grade universe. Over the next few years, however, we believe that a confluence of declining cost trends in distributed solar photovoltaic (PV) power generation and residential-scale power storage is likely to disrupt the status quo. Based on our analysis, the cost of solar plus storage for residential consumers of electricity is already competitive with the price of utility grid power in Hawaii. Of the other major markets, California could follow in 2017, New York and Arizona in 2018 and many other states soon after. In the 100-plus year history of the electric utility industry, there has never before been a truly cost-competitive substitute available for grid power. We believe that solar plus storage could reconfigure the organization and regulation of the electric power business over the coming decade. We see near-term risks to credit from regulators and utilities falling behind the solar plus storage adoption curve and long-term risks from a comprehensive re-imagining of the role utilities play in providing electric power.

  • Seeking mechanical engineer with strong experience in CHP/Microturbine (Austin)
    Rapidly expanding real estate firm based in Texas seeks in house engineer to assist with continued development of our alternative energy platform.

    Position either full time, part time or consultancy basis.

    Specifically looking for a mechanical engineer with hands on experience in system design and operations of CHP or Gas Microturbines. Experience must be with relevant sized systems 50kW to 200kW, and must be specific to the design and operation aspects rather than management oversight.

    Duties will involve site evaluation (reviewing current property portfolio for CHP opportunities), feasibility analysis, system design and installation and monitoring/reporting.

    Position reports to Head of Sustainability and CEO.

    Compensation will be market rate, and we are flexible on full time vs consulting.

    Start date - immediate.

    Again, it must be stressed that this position is for engineers with direct and relevant experience with CHP or microturbines. Candidates will be required to demonstrate strong track record in this area. Successful candidate will be required to work with autonomy and be able to liaise with subcontractors and suppliers as required.

  • This may help explain the Real Estate interests...lifestyles of the rich and famous will likely include a Cappy in the business, home, and yacht...why rely on the grid?

    DENVER, Colo. (June 15, 2014) – An extraordinary Grand County ranch near Kremmling, with original deeds signed by Teddy Roosevelt and William Taft, has just been listed by Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty. Dan Ritchie, the late University of Denver chancellor, owned and maintained the property until it was acquired by Aspen Ridge Ranch.

    The stunning 522-acre Aspen Ridge Ranch, located at 11394 County Road 11, Kremmling, is both historic and a modern-day environmental innovator. Recognized as a “Green Parade” winner by Grand County Living, the ranch guest house and yurt, as well as the infrastructure for a potential lodge, are all serviced with alternative energy sources, including the extensive use of solar, composting and a micro-turbine generator.

  • Req ID: 2014-13420
    Location Name: NRG Phoenix Corporate Office
    Category: Engineering
    State/City: US-AZ-Phoenix
    Type: Full-Time Salary
    # Openings: 3

    Position Description:
    Institutions, businesses and small island communities are increasingly seeking solutions to risks associated with electricity costs, with security of supply and resilience, and with carbon emissions and climate change. NRG Solar has three openings for Project Engineers and Technical Managers to lead hybrid-renewable generation projects from conceptual engineering, through permitting and construction to commercial operation, as part of a new Micro-grid Systems business stream. Typical projects integrate solar PV, wind turbine or other clean energy generation with conventional power systems such as diesel, gas engine or micro-turbine driven generators, and with energy storage and demand management technologies.

  • dognamedgus by dognamedgus Jun 22, 2014 6:00 PM Flag

    James Ruberti, CHP/DG Program Manager, Northeast Utilities/NSTAR/WMECO
    Session 1-3, CHP 101: Making Your Own Power
    Jim Ruberti has worked in the Combined Heat and Power field for over 17 years. He has developed and sold over 10 megawatts of CHP throughout New England utilizing fuel cells, reciprocating engines and microturbines. Jim spent 11 years as a Commercial Industrial Representative for National Grid Gas, 2 years as Regional Manager for United Technologies and 5 years with Earthwise Energy Technologies, a Capstone Microturbine Distributor. Jim brings his knowledge of utility process, vendor management, project development, sales and industry relationships to help CHP projects from concept to commissioning.

  • dognamedgus by dognamedgus Jun 24, 2014 7:33 AM Flag

    Yeeha Charmin is the fool...specializes in chemicals...article posted around midnight...her topic was the earnings call from 10 days that's chemicals...or just desperate shorts....

    my favorite quote: "it might be wise to not get overly excited next time Capstone announces a fresh order from a U.S.-based oil and gas producer"

    Let that sink in... "it might be wise to not get overly excited next time Capstone announces a fresh order from a U.S.-based oil and gas producer"

    Neha is brilliant!


  • Reply to

    New Fool hitpiece...

    by dognamedgus Jun 24, 2014 7:33 AM
    dognamedgus dognamedgus Jun 24, 2014 8:10 AM Flag

    For Sternip...did you change your name to Yeeha?

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