Go figure: RESTON, Va., July 19, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Lightbridge Corporation (NASDAQ:LTBR), a U.S. nuclear energy company, today announced that it has received a Notice of Allowance from the Korean Intellectual Property Office ("KIPO") for a key divisional patent covering two major inventions: (1) Lightbridge's innovative metallic fuel assembly design for Western-type pressurized water reactors incorporating four-lobe, helically twisted metallic fuel rods, and (2) the company's proprietary manufacturing method for metallic fuel rods using powder metallurgy. The patent is expected to be issued once the registration fee has been paid by Lightbridge.
Patents don't mean squat. Anybody can patent an (original) product. Patents don't automatically guarantee success.
I'm glad this dropped on the patent news. We are way past the point where the patent portfolios is going to put a dent in the decline. Seth needs to wake up and be shown the market is wise to his forward looking statement shields. Tell us the facts about the delays and progress or delist. No more free trips to Monaco.
Areva plant in Richland to make nuclear fuel that’s better in emergencies
The Areva plant in Richland will begin manufacturing newly developed advanced nuclear fuel assemblies that allow operators more time to respond in emergencies.
SO WHERE DO WE GO SUB DOLLAR? WHAT A COMPLETE LYING FAILURE THIS GUY IS
hopefully we get a conference call pump and I can sell.
Just last month, the U.S. Army completed a 65-megawatt microgrid capable of hosting a solar or wind power hybrid project at Fort Hood, Texas. This system will provide about half the power needed for operations at the largest active-duty armored post in the U.S. The Army did this for security reasons in order to ensure that the base has access to power if the grid was to be attacked -- and it will save taxpayers well over $100 million in the process. https://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/the-military-is-leading-the-march-toward-energy-independence
Former US Chief Sustainability Officer: The Military Is Leading the March Toward Energy Independence
But we need greater levels of investment to build on that success, says Jon Powers.
looks like Areva is going with their own accident tolerant fuel line. Seth probably asked for too much.
Well, boys, good luck to all of you but I am out of this turd- and thanks to edeex's July 11 link to pierre fetet's March 26 article: it made reference to a radiatioactive iodine leak that closed the Walden reactor- and I have been unable to find anything on line about its ever being re-opened, perlaps for the veryb hazards he mentioned. The ironic part is that it might even have involved testing of the new fuel cell- but then again, maybe not (try to find some irrefutable evidence that an actual commercial-scale fuel cell has ever been made). I am reminded by nothing so much as Moller International with this outfit.
I MIGHT AS WELL SELL AND BUY BACK UNDER $1 THIS IS #$%$**** SICK
Anyone who held this piece of garbage company 10 years = sucker. Imagine having gotten 10 years of dividends instead of Loss-sharing.
China Adds Record 24.4 Gigawatts Of New Solar In First Half Of 2017
China installed a record 24.4 gigawatts worth of new solar capacity across the first half of 2017, according to new figures from the country's solar PV association, a new year-on-year record of 9% up on 2016's own record installation numbers. The Ch
Now I'm thinking 1.15
A rhetorical question, "How big was the Black Swan's splash landing and was it just a flesh wound?" Hard to get info with no real market coverage/pressure.
Damn looks like the deal has failed. I think we would've heard by now. Perhaps Areva doesn't want to compete with Westinghouse? Seth may be trying to arrange another meaningless LOI with a fuel manufacturer to cover his tracks and keep the lights on.