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ECCO2 Tech, subsidiary of RVPlus, Inc, (OTCBB: RVPL) is a. domestic and export provider for American manufactured green technologies that are sustainable, energy efficient and lower carbon-emission generated by transport and facilities to commercial and government agencies worldwide. The company also supplies 'green' products that enhance growth of crop and forestry, currently active in the West Indies, Latin America, and Africa.
RVPL just released a letter to its shareholders detailing their complicated revenue model in almost leman’s terms. Towards the end, they specify that their invoices are currently in the process of being insured. This is the key element for generating cash revenue for the Company.
RVPL also recently announced receivables of $14 million for the Fall / Winter 2012, and they state that they will continue to amass a substantial revenue potential through goods and services that support carbon-emissions reduction, energy efficiency, in addition to supporting climate change, environment, forestry, social affairs and agriculture.
Due to the price drop in solar panels, and a $130 million plus loan from Deutsche Bank (NYSE: DB), Canadian Solar (NASDAQ: CSIQ) is expected to broaden the company’s reach across not only Ontario Canada, but through solar farms in China and residential projects in Japan.
CSIQ is now focused on manufacturing and managing energy projects however not all analysts agree that this is a good idea. From just before Thanksgiving through the close of business on Friday, the stock ran from $2.00 per share and is currently approaching $4.00. The company has a market cap of $164 million and is currently loosing (TTM) $3.49 per share. This may be one to watch as the shorts may step in and begin to rain on CSIP’s parade.
It’s been six years in the making but FuelCell Energy (NASDAQ FCEL) is ready to Power up its 15-megawatt project in Connecticut. FCEL together with its subsidiaries engages in the development, production and sale of high temperature fuel cells for clean electronic power generation. It is also the developer and manufacturer of the Connecticut project. In approximately 12 months, the largest fuel cell park in the US should be fully operational. The project is owned by Dominion Resources (NYSE: D).
Since the year began, Dominion is trading up almost 6% after news of the project hitting the street. FCEL is up 16%. The project is expected to create 161 jobs over its life span Dominion also recently received the approval from the Virginia regulators to lease commercial rooftop space to build solar powered power generation as a pilot project. Watch for more to come.
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