State your case for "your all so laughable", tell us what you know about the LIDAR thing.
Is this something out of the blue? Super cool? How long to market? Could be huge or could be one of those things which requires massive financing, perhaps a buyout by a company with bigger pockets.
IMO, the home Energy Storage systems market is going to be huge world wide going into the next decades. Too much carbon dioxide wrecking the oceans, check it out. Solar and storage a wonderful match. Plus can charge the Teslas with the system.
Per yesterday's PR. I thought they'd never pass 20%. 21.5% is better than most silicon based makers. How efficient are First Solar's current production modules? How price competitive w/ silicon? Thx.
I noticed FSLR also said their production modules passed industry-leading Atlas 25+® durability tests.
The price was announced after the close with PEGI closing @ $30.01. Pattern Energy Group LP will be selling 5,000,000 existing shares at the same price, with an underwrite option to sell 1,800,00 share. Wonder how the market will react tomorrow? May go up as the over hang will be over.
"Pattern Energy Acquires Majority Stake in Green Power Investment". Actually it's the LP side which is doing the acquiring. PEGI will have "ROFO" (Right of first refusal) for the renewable projects from Pattern Energy Group LP. "Adds up to 1,000 MW of near and longer term projects in development".
AAL has had a huge run, profit taking is normal. The underlying story remains super strong. Even using GAAP EPS of $3.93 and take the share price of $52.69 and subtract (cash + short term) / fully diluted shares gets a take out PE of just 10.6. Stock is cheap and I'm not selling my fat position!
NEP continues to be strong, currently 40.28. Market seems to be giving a premium to NEP compaire to PEGI and TERP. Better quality of assets? Better pipeline of assets? I like all three.
Doesn't matter. It's all about reducing CO2 in the atmosphere, there are those who will buy.
Main challenge for Toyota will be to develop a safe infrastructure system for reasonably quick refueling. Have you found anything indicating how the cost will compare w/ gasoline or electricity?
TERP continues working to expand their portfolio!
Short story is that Moody's likes TERP's major diversification into wind energy.
Also last week TERP filed a presentation w/ the SEC in which TERP laid out impressive dividend targets all the way through 2019:
I have a nice position in TERP as well as NEP and PEGI. Staying away from NYLD as they also have some fossil fuel plants besides wind and solar.