As someone that does not have a reliable high speed connection the push to streaming is killing me. If you draw a 20 mile radius around my house there are over a million people and I get get anything faster than DSL that test at less the 1MBS 99% of the time. We need a national broadband initiative. Comcast stops 2 miles from my house, I live in a neighborhood of 99 homes on 1 acre lots and we can't even get them to give us a cost so we can pay for them to extend service. I would gladly cut the cord on my $200 direct TV if I had other options
I really hope CLNE has someone pushing sales to the school bus districts. An article in my local paper this morning (Richmond, VA) where it mentions the just four local districts and together they need to purchase about 400 buses in the next couple of years as they have not been replacing their fleet as they should have been. That's in an area of about 1 million people. If you multiply that by 300 times for the US population that would be 120,000 buses.
Hopefully good however my fear is they are so bad that they are hoping everyone will be headed home by the time earnings are announced. When they are good everyone wants to trumpet them, when bad try to remain low key and fly under the radar.