Wonder what he thinks about the Fed balance sheet.............
well, i hope you're right on your first point and wrong on your second. you have been one tenacious ### on this. hope to find out some day your real motives.
to make the big assumption that fooo will ever do the right thing, he has had plenty of time to get the filings ready to go.
as far as the buying flurry yesterday, no follow through. probably one of the last remaining shorts or someone with inside knowledge of an outcome. no institutionals will touch this one till FOOO comes clean.
you are brainless to expect normal trading in a company that hasn't reported anything in over two years.
this is the biggest volume since march. maybe there is more catalyst besides the new energy subsidies from china. although that cannot hurt battery demand. anybody know if abat is a supplier to KNDI?
yeah, shut it down before the price has a chance to go up...........what a dumb###.
there's accumulation going on here.
he's the one true idiot here.
i bought some stock again this week and i can tell you it went off without a hitch. bought at ask and in between, no prob.
halting trading would be a nightmare, knucklehead. especially since we have a constant bidder soaking up shares.
Proterra Inc., the leading provider of zero-emission battery electric transit solutions, has completed the largest-ever U.S. sale of Altoona-tested heavy-duty electric buses to Foothill Transit, a joint powers authority of 22 member cities in the San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys in Southern California. In 2011, Foothill Transit became the first transit agency in the United States to use on-route charge electric buses by purchasing and operating Proterra buses. Based on strong performance and return on investment of those vehicles, the agency has decided to purchase an additional 12 buses from Proterra to completely electrify its 291 route, which travels between LaVerne and Pomona.
Although popular throughout the United States for reduced cost of ownership and sustainability, zero-emission electric buses are of particular interest in California, where there are many environmental non-attainment zones and California Air Resource Board (CARB) regulations in play.
“The Foothill Transit order is a clear vote of confidence and confirmation that Proterra buses truly deliver the lowest total cost of ownership and smallest carbon footprint of any transit bus on the market,” said Garrett Mikita, president and chief executive officer, Proterra Inc. “Foothill Transit was our first customer and the first U.S. transit agency to go electric with on-route charging, so we are thrilled that they have seen the value of expanding their electric fleet and will use Proterra buses to do so.”
The Foothill Transit sale is the latest in a wave of new orders for Proterra, with the company’s last three sales to transit systems coming from repeat customers. Recently, StarMetro of Tallahassee purchased an additional three EV buses from Proterra, increasing their EV fleet size to five, and the Worcester Regional Transit Authority in Massachusetts doubled its initial three bus order to six.
“We had high hopes when we first made the decision to use these innovative fast-charge EV buses,” said Foothill Transit executive director, Doran Barnes. “These electric buses have more than delivered on our expectations in terms of cost savings and sustainability. We're looking forward to launching our—and our region's—first all-electric bus line. This is the future of zero-emission buses, and we're proud to be on board.”
To keep pace with this growing demand, Proterra has doubled its production workforce, installed a second production line, added a second shift and grown its sales staff significantly.