"YGE PR News" Both the AD and CVD tariff determinations for all solar products covered by these petitions are preliminary, and may be revised once the International Trade Commission ("ITC") completes its investigation. The final AD and CVD determination is expected before the end of 2014, and the final ITC determination is expected in early 2015."
Why I Stopped Wringing My Hands and Finally Bought Shares of Capstone Turbine
By Tyler Crowe | More Articles
July 25, 2014 | Comments (3)
I have a confession to make. I'm a sucker for story stocks, especially those in the energy space. There is just something about companies looking to change the way we use or produce energy that gives me the warm and fuzzies as an investor. This affinity for a great company narrative has burned me more than once, and because of that I find myself resisting the temptation to jump into "the next big things" in energy. Part of me wants get behind new trends, but it always feels like a crazy girlfriend coming back in the middle of the night and saying, "I promise, this time it's different." Deep down, I want to believe it, but history tells me to be skeptical.
The one company that exemplifies my resistance to optimism more than any other is Capstone Turbine (NASDAQ: CPST ) . For over a year I have wrung my hands as to whether I should buy shares. I believe this company has the potential to completely disrupt the way we think about energy generation, but aspects of the business have me worried that it could never realize that potential. I get the feeling that I'm missing something when it comes to picking this company apart.
Ultimately, my optimism won over and I recently acquired shares in this company. So I want to walk you though why I like Capstone and what convinced me to buy, what parts of the business still worry me, and what goals I'm looking for over the next couple of years that will keep me invested in this company.
What's this company's deal?
Yingli Green Energy Named One of the Best Supplier of 2014 by Fuji Electric
Yingli is the First Foreign Supplier to Receive the Award
Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited
2 hours ago
BAODING, China and TOKYO, July 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited (YGE) ("Yingli Green Energy" or the "Company"), the largest vertically integrated photovoltaic ("PV") module manufacturer in the world, known as "Yingli Solar," today announced that it was recognized by Fuji Electric Co., Ltd. (Fuji Electric) as one of its best suppliers of 2014.
Out of 6,000 suppliers comphrehensively evaluated by Fuji Electric, Yingli was one of only eight companies to be recognized with an award during Fuji Electric's third annual supplier conference, which took place in Tokyo on July 17th, 2014. Yingli is also the first Fuji Electric supplier headquartered outside of Japan to be honoured since Fuji's supplier awards program was first established three years ago.
"The Japanese solar energy market is now booming thanks to a national feed-in-tariff for renewable energy, and we at Fuji Electric appreciate Yingli Green Energy's efforts to realize cost reductions in their high performance solar PV modules. Yingli contributed greatly to increasing Fuji Electric's sales for our Solar Energy Generation System business, and its high value solar PV products are helping Japanese consumers reduce their electricity costs while making a positive impact on the environment," a Fuji Electric spokesperson comented.
"We are honoured to be recognized as one of Fuji Electric's best suppliers of 2014, which demonstrates our companies' shared commitment to our strong, mutually beneficial partnership. Our goal is to continue delivering the high quality solar panels and excellent service that distinguish Yingli as an excellent supplier," said Mr. Liansheng Miao, Chairman and Chief Executive Off
any thoughts as to why its dropping so???
Current Estimate 0.01 0.64 1.55 2.14
7 Days Ago 0.14 0.61 1.66 2.14
30 Days Ago 0.34 0.56 1.74 1.96
60 Days Ago 0.34 0.56 1.74 1.96
90 Days Ago 0.33 0.32 1.30 1.33
I know I had BPAX and Ani got them and suddenly the pps went Up way up, I am so happy it not BPAX no more
Thank G.O.D. Abbott only has Canada and the USA, eventually the rest of the Woild might get Vitaros Launched,,, jmo, g
is it from BSX or BSDM, TIA, gallen
from Globenewswire the world's leading clean technology manufacturer of microturbine energy systems,
Good news on the Manufacturing Front from China today
"The HSBC flash PMI for China came in at 52.0 for July, well above forecasts of a small rise to 51 in July and the highest reading in 18 months. There was also good news on the outlook, with a sub-index of new orders reaching 53.7"
Why Canadian Solar Inc. Shares Could Bounce Back to $40
By Brian Pacampara | More Articles
July 7, 2014 | Comments (2)
"While Fools should generally take the opinion of Wall Street with a grain of salt, it's not a bad idea to take a closer look at particularly stock-shaking upgrades and downgrades -- just in case their reasoning behind the call makes sense.
What: Shares of Canadian Solar (NASDAQ: CSIQ ) rallied as high as 4.7% on Monday after FBR Capital upgraded the solar products specialist from market perform to outperform.
So what: Along with the upgrade, analyst Aditya Satghare reiterated his price target of $40 on the stock, representing about 30% worth of upside to Thursday's close. So while momentum traders might be turned off by Canadian Solar's year-to-date price weakness, Satghare's call could reflect a sense on Wall Street that its growth prospects are becoming too cheap to pass up.
Now what: According to FBR, Canadian Solar's risk/reward trade-off is rather attractive at this point. "We upgrade Canadian Solar (CSIQ) to Outperform from Market Perform and maintain our $40 price target, based on our view that the current stock price gives little benefit for the cash flow generation from the company's diverse project pipeline beyond the project buildout in Canada," Satghare said. "Within the China complex, we see Canadian Solar as having built one of the best global project development businesses and pipelines, and markets such as Japan and China offer multiple opportunities to monetize this pipeline in the future." Given FBR's solid stock-picking track record -- currently ranked in the top 10% of our CAPS community -- less risk-averse Fools might want to take a closer look at Canadian Solar."