• What do JFK, Ballagio and Otis Elevator have in common?
    January 15, 2009 - More than half of all electrical energy consumed in the United States is used by electric motors. So improving efficiency for electric motors is one of the most basic and fundamental ways that businesses, consumers and the government can save energy, reduce operating costs and improve productivity.

    There are multiple approaches to doing this: making more efficient motors is an obvious one. But in many cases, motor inefficiency is a consequence of the load which the motors are powering. Cases where motors have to have enough power to drive a load at full capacity but where the load is, in fact, often light. These are some of the most frequent cases of motor inefficiency.
    01/15/2009 by Administrator
  • A-Power Showing Signs of Strength

    A-Power (Nasdaq: APWR) is showing strength this morning on the heels of its announcement that it signed an LOI with GE Drivetrain Technologies whereby GE will supply APWR with 2.7MW wind turbine gearboxes and also for the two companies to form a JV partnership for a wind turbine gearbox assembly plant.

    01/12/2009 by Administrator
  • Option Trading Strategy for Yingli Green Energy (NYSE:YGE) on Recent Gains
    January 6, 2009 – We wrote on December 30, that our near-term price target for Yingli Green Energy (NYSE:YGE) was in a range of $8 to $9 (then trading at $5.34) and as of yesterday, it closed at $7.25, up $1.91 or 35% since we wrote than commentary. This morning the stock should get more of a lift on a stronger market and is approaching our target range.
    01/06/2009 by SCP Editor
  • Why LDK is One of the Best Stocks to Own in 2009
    January 5, 2009 - LDK Solar (NYSE: LDK) closed at $13.12 on Wednesday, the last session of 2008, holding a market cap of $1.48 billion, about 1.06x trailing 12-month sales and 4.42x trailing 12-month earnings. We think this stock is remarkably cheap, and represents one of the best investment opportunities for growth oriented investors and it is the best one that we know of. Here is why.
    01/05/2009 by Administrator

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