which made prize winning LED lamps, had an international distribution system, had a good balance sheet, and was diversified with a good medical equipment company and a consumer products division. I don't know what isn't a discontinued operation - what's left of lighting and where it's all going.
Have they done anything to fix their leaking pipes, which caused loss of a large percentage of water in the system?
It does look awful. A reverse split now may avoid having to do it when they're forced to. The company should be sold to a larger firm which can afford it.
Perhaps the product of anerobic digestion is more suited to a micro turbine, or perhaps there a differences in the gas produced at Sierra Nevada, than gas produced elseware, and differences between anerobic gas and natural gas.