Probably the strategy will stay the same....
The problem with the old strategy was that closing deals took forever.
The new CEO looks like he is a "deal closer". And this is a very good thing, because it looks like the Fuel Cell sector will be moving very fast, very soon.
This guy is tremendous. ( wait until you listen to him.) He will make Sheridan look like a neophyte.
His Hydrogenics connection is really interesting imo.
Karaffa. our CCO said during the last earnings call, that a European Bus contract, (for 21 buses) was "imminent".
Just like Sheridan talking about a Sprint deal last Fall.
Still waiting on both.....
Right ! You and Mr Market think alike LOL
If that's the case, how come you are such an investment LOSER. Everyone knows your portfolio sucks, and you can't invest your way out of a wet paper bag.
Consumer Reports: Tesla Model S has ‘more than its share of problems’ Add to ...
DETROIT — Reuters
Published Tuesday, Aug. 12 2014, 8:49 AM EDT
Last updated Tuesday, Aug. 12 2014, 8:56 AM EDT
Consumer Reports, which last year gave top marks to electric car maker Tesla Motors Inc’s Model S sedan, now says the car it owns has had “more than its share of problems.”
While the car has impressed staff at the influential U.S. consumer magazine with its “smoothness, effortless glide and clever, elegant simplicity,” there have been many quirks that might dampen consumers’ experiences, Consumer Reports said in a statement on Monday.
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Consumer Reports, which anonymously buys the vehicles it tests from auto dealerships, said the Model S it owns now has traveled nearly 16,000 miles (25,750 km). Its 2013 Model S was purchased for $89,650 in January of that year.
“Just before the car went in for its annual service, at a little over 12,000 miles, the center screen went blank, eliminating access to just about every function of the car,” the magazine said in its statement.
Tesla fixed the issues on the magazine’s Model S under warranty. These included a “hard reset” to restore the car’s functions after its center screen went blank and problems with the automatic retracting door handles, which were occasionally reluctant to emerge.
Last November, Consumer Reports ranked the Model S best among all cars on the market in its annual survey of vehicles on U.S. roads. And in May 2013, the m
" ( please blueflame....no comment from you)"....LOL
That's like asking your dog, to please not #$%$ on your lawn. He can't help himself. He needs to tick people off.
Put him on IGNORE, like most people do.
You Think ???
You forgot to add "I Think", in front of your ridiculous comment
You don't know nothing about Amplats .
And them appearing socially responsible.
You are an old Californian dude,
Who has lost focus.
Because California became your Mantra.
Ya..... about as desperate as you and your monotonous Ballard bashing.
Ballard has infinite ways to grow forward,
And they have enough on their plate after integrating UT.
You can bet that ballard //Linde have been talking..
And it may transpire., imo
But they have so many other opportunities out there.
So if Linde doesn't happen,
It is no big deal.
Perhaps they will wait until the UT deal is integrated into their corporate structure.
You're right. But he's even a worse investor --- as are most loud mouthed " know it all's "
Watch what you say, or he'll report you to the Yahoo message board police - he likes doing that.
Blithering about the Chinese Government's part in Ballard's upcoming China Bus deal with Azure - somehow assuming that this diversion will make people forget about the Japanese subsidy, and fuel cells go away, and the Californian battery industry takes over the world.
Get help blueflame
Hey little blewdick, if you know so much about the way the Market works, how come your investments usually end up in the dumpster ?? Your track record is a joke. Everyone knows.