shhhhhhhh! Lots of interesting things going on in TX and around Austin. This stock's price is being controlled by a few entities. Easy to do when "nobody" is in the stock.
If you don't know the space, you should have already sold. They are tenderizing the sheep and sending them to slaughter. Unless IPWR loses money on each sale (Satcon's business model for years) the company will do very well ;)
Storage is RED HOT and yet IPWR's price is declining...and IPWR's products are being used by several project developers with access to many customers.
hmmmmm. IF I wasn't in the solar and storage industries, I'd certainly run from this stock.
However, I'm not going anywhere until IPWR pays me out :)
The IQ Storage platform was launched this Summer.
Gexpro’s partners are LG batteries, Ideal Power converters, and GELI management.
They will be using IPWR's larger model soon--just 30kw until next year.
Very few people know about IPWR and the reality of its potential. The tech might as well be that #$%$ black box Gridpoint peddled around in 2006. Those losers raised about 500 MM on the promise of it and then used it to fund other businesses and their own lifestyles.
Eventually the product's inclusion on multiple developer platforms will be recognized and the price per share will go up significantly. Just wait.
jIgar has been blowing Modi for months so not surprising India is a target for storage--their grid is horrible, as is much of India's infrastructure
Things move very slowly in the "utility space". You will need to be very patient. Markets in CA and the Northeast are alive but nascent. Probably a good thing IPWR raised more cash at a time when the cash was "cheap". The kind of desperate financing that Satcon started pursuing was the beginning of the end for them--they were bled out over a 2.5 year period but collected salaries and sales bonuses along the way. I see IPWR's approach to funding as a better option.
LOL..there would be nothing "visual" to see being done. A mockup would be better since it wouldn't cost nearly as much money as setting up an operational system at the building--you don't understand the tech.
LOL..."no favors". You must not know any equity investors--ignoring retail stock holders. Early equity investors do favors for each other all the time. You scratch mine and I'll scratch yours--not a difficult concept to understand despite your failed attempt.
clearly you don't know what can happen behind the curtain--Gifts come in many forms--sometimes it is a long term "employment" contract for taking a lower price in a buyout.
AGAIN, given the rate of cash burn, they didn't NEED the money. It was a gift and a way to get more tradeable shares from which to control the price more readily. This really isn't that complicated to think through--sorry you are having sooo much trouble with simple concepts.