the same loser has be on a spam festival across boards--pumping away w/o any real value shown.
Japanese PV giant Sharp is targeting both applications with its SmartStorage energy solution, a managed energy storage technology package it launched this week. The system, using lithium-ion batteries from an as-yet-undisclosed set of providers, along with power electronics from Texas-based Ideal Power, is aimed at commercial and industrial customers. It is now available in California, with plans to roll out to other U.S. markets later this year.
the "sellers" are optimizing price for additional entry points. They create a "perception" of weakness that other stockholders perceive as "market" based.
Any more trolls on the board talking smak??
As I have been posting, this is under institutional control--Sharp deal is just one of many to come
looks to me like somebody is trying to scalp retail shareholders--did it to those holding Power One shares before ABB bought them for 1.5x CASH (legal "theft" imo)
it may...and then it will eventually go much lower. I exited too early but pigs get slaughtered.--I pulled a 50% gain in less than a year. Don't forget fundamentals and the fact that LNG exports are still a couple years out.
Soooo much can change in a couple years these days.
So few understand the value proposition to those that buy/use this equipment. Changes much of what is "possible" for distributed energy systems on buildings--especially in cities where the load is and management of that load is valued through time use rates and grid support at peak times.
There are some big investors kicking the tires while they accumulate--not insider knowledge, just what I have put together from various and seemingly unrelated sources.
We still have the potential to get screwed on buyout price on the retail end of equity. SMA, ABB,..we need them to fight over this tech if licensing proves to be less lucrative to IPWR.
I will be adding a bit today.