And the average driven per day I less than 60 miles........
So put it on slow charge while sleeping.
Cars are parked 95% of the tome. Plenty of time for charging......
We don't know what we are talking about! :-) We told them at $2.00+ that it was coming. Ben Dover cuz CoalFoxU
Delisting for ANR
Coal Miner xinergy files for bankruptcy
3 Coal plants in Ohio shut down on the 15th
1 coal Plant in Georgia shut down on the 15th
1 coal plant in Utah shut down on the 15th (5 in ONE DAY)
WHAT A BEAUTIFUL week!!!!!
I think that I will celebrate with a Root Beer.... (party animal) :-)
ALPHA NATURAL RESOURCES : Notice of Delisting or Failure to Satisfy a Continued Listing Rule or Standard; Transfer of Listing (form 8-K)
Item 3.01 Notice of Delisting or Failure to Satisfy a Continued Listing Rule or
Standard; Transfer of Listing.
On April 16, 2015, Alpha Natural Resources, Inc. (the "Company") was notified by
the New York Stock Exchange (the "NYSE") that the average closing price of the
Company's common stock had fallen below $1.00 per share over a period of 30
consecutive trading days, which is the minimum average share price required by
the NYSE under Section 802.01C of the NYSE Listed Company Manual ("Section
In response, as required by Section 802.01C, the Company plans to notify the
NYSE of its intent to cure the deficiency and restore its compliance with the
listing standards of Section 802.01C, and it will submit a plan outlining the
actions it intends to take to do so. This plan may include the implementation of
a reverse stock split in the event that the Company does not otherwise restore
its compliance with the listing standards of Section 802.01C and the reverse
stock split is approved by the Company's stockholders, as described in the
Company's proxy statement for the 2015 annual meeting of stockholders. Under
Section 802.01C, the Company has six months following receipt of the
notification to regain compliance with the minimum share price requirement.
The notice has no immediate impact on the listing of the Company's common stock,
which will continue to be listed and traded on the NYSE during this period,
subject to the Company's compliance with other listing standards, under the
symbol "ANR," but with the added designation of ".bc" to indicate the Company's
"below compliance" status. In the event that the Company fails to restore its
compliance with the continued listing standards of Section 802.01C, that section
calls for the NYSE to commence procedures for the suspension and delisting of
the Company's common stock.
Electric is getting VERY popular....
180 cities want to host a Formula E race
Only halfway through its first season, Formula E is already a commercial success. So far, 180 cities want to host a Formula E race sometime in the future. That’s quite remarkable for a series that didn’t even exist until 2013.
Formula E is as much about showing people that electric cars are a reality as it is about motor racing. The series focuses on events held on city streets where ordinary citizens can watch the action, rather than on traditional race tracks that tend to be located hours away from population centers.
Part of that is because electric racing is still in its infancy and the cars have limited range. They are better suited to tight city streets than wide open traditional tracks like Monza, Spa or Silverstone. Monaco is the shortest race track on the current Formula One calendar but even it will be reduced in length by 50% when the Formula E cars race there in May.
Formula E CEO Alejandro Agag says that he has received some very attractive financial offers to visit new venues in the future.
“We have over 180 cities that have requested to have a race, and many of them are ready to pay quite substantial money for that. So we are now just in the process of evaluating the whole picture. We want to race in city centers; we want to give the message that electric formula cars are right for the cities now. It’s difficult to change the perception of electric cars, but that’s what we want to do by showing them in this context.”
Compared to the purpose built race tracks for Formula One that cost $100,000,000 or more, a street circuit is a genuine bargain. And sponsoring a Formula E race costs far less than the astronomical fees demanded by Bernie Ecclestone for Formula One events. It’s an economical way for a city to boost its profile and attract tourists.
Alejandro Agog’s dream is turning out to be a lucrative reality.
Tesla up today, Toyota down.....
I PAY the Sierra Club for their FINE WORK!!!!
When I saw the coal lubbers bashing Sierra Club I made sure to renew my membership...
When we do environmental work it COSTS us.
The coal/oil people who go to events are the ones GETTING PAID!!!!
This week, students at Harvard staged a week-long protest in an effort to get the university's $36 billion endowment to divest from the oil and gas and coal industries. Student action included blocking the entrance to Massachusetts Hall, Harvard's oldest building, preventing university president Drew Gilpin Faust from entering her office. On Thursday, President Faust agreed to meet with the students, who nonetheless vowed to continue the protests until Harvard's endowment divests from the oil and gas industry.