"ich bin gespannt ob im US-Wahlkampf Solarenergie überhaupt ein Thema ist. Hoffentlich macht Hillary Clinton das Rennen und beendet den Krieg, damit Geld für Klimaschutzprojekte da ist."
Leider wird der Wahlkampf bei den Demokraten "rassistisch"! Ich denke, dass das Thema nicht positiv für uns ist. Ich hatte über Weihnachten den Onkel meiner Freundin aus den USA zu Besuch. In den USA gibt es keine vernünftige Quote oder Qualifikation, es gibt halt überall die Reihenfolge erst "schwarze Frau", dann "schwarzer Mann", dann "weisse Frau" und zuletzt "weisser Mann".
Zum Glück gibt es ja die einzelnen Staaten, die Vorbilder sind und ihren eigenen Weg gehen, z.B. Californien.
: Solar im Aufwind des steigenden Ölpreises
Xsunx ist schon gestiegen, Sunways legt heute mächtig zu und bei OpenEnergie ist das meiner Meinung nach längst überfällig. Bin weiterhin zuversichtlich und erwarte kurzfristig eigendlich Kurse um 0,50 US-Cent oder höher.
Open Energy to Participate in the Piper Jaffray Third Annual Clean Technology and Renewables Conference Wednesday February 6, 3:14 pm ET
SOLANA BEACH, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Open Energy Corp. (OTCBB: OEGY - News) announced today that David Saltman, the Company?s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, will participate in the Piper Jaffray Third Annual Clean Technology and Renewables Conference to be held on Wednesday, February 20, 2008, at The New York Palace, New York, NY.
mitüber 250000 Stücken 2 cent hoch auf 0,44 in der ersten 3/4 Stunde
Future Tech Trends, And What Small Caps Will Benefit From Them
By Glenn Wilkins - AllPennyStocks.com News Reporter
February 14, 2008 (AllPennyStocks.com Media, Inc.) ? It?s impossible to predict anything, that old philosopher and baseball player Lawrence P. Berra is alleged to have said, especially about the future.
But if small cap investors aim for future growth and an interesting portfolio, perhaps even Yogi himself would urge you to look at several trends that are more in evidence these days, trends investors of all stripes ignore at their peril.
One trend points to a leaning away from traditional fossil fuels. Alternative fuels are coming to the attention of progressive thinkers the world over, and those companies capable of bringing their products to a mainstream market ? or can forge alliances to help them do so ? may well find themselves with the edge.
If those companies can harness the seemingly inexhaustible energy of the sun, integrating photovoltaics into building materials, they will have applied a technology thought problematic only a few years ago into something practical, and possibly lucrative.
One such company is Solana Beach, California-based Open Energy Corp. (OTCBB: OEGY), a renewable energy company focused on the development and commercialization of a portfolio of technologies, capable of delivering low-risk, cost-competitive electricity and fresh water and other such commodities on a global basis.
Experts say the market for solar energy has grown by an average of 38 per cent annually since 2000. By 2004, the solar photovoltaic industry was already a $6.5 billion industry (all figures in U.S. funds unless specified otherwise). Open Energy, with green in its company logo (blue is the other colour) hopes to be one of the industry leaders in making ?green? energy.
The company offers building-integrated photovoltaic roofing materials for commercial, industrial and residential markets, and holds the worldwide licence to a solar thermal technology called SunCone? CSP, now being developed to generate potable water and distributed power.
OEGY may have been considered a bargain even last summer, when its share price hit its 52-week high of 83 cents. The price shrank with much of the market, big and small, until it plumbed 24 cents in late January. The stock traded around 40 cents in mid-February.
With more news coming to light about the development of the human genome and what causes and prevents diseases within our bodies, another trend involves a growing and aging population. The companies that will emerge out of the pack as the leaders of this trend will be those mastering technologies that add to the depth of life and not just the length.