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awing : positiv
ich seh Beacon positiv, zu den Zahlen:
"For the fiscal year ended December 31, 2010, Beacon Power reported revenue of $896,000 and a net loss of $22.7 million, or ($1.19) per share, compared with revenue of $968,000 in 2009 and a net loss of $19.1 million, or ($1.56) per share. These results have been restated to reflect the 1-for-10 reverse stock split effective February 25, 2011. For the fourth quarter of 2010, the Company reported revenue of $370,000 and a net loss of $6.1 million, or ($0.29) per share, compared to revenue of $303,000 and a net loss of $4.7 million, or ($0.31) per share, for the fourth quarter of 2009."
-die Zeichen stehen grün auf alternative Energien, jedoch meist wird bei den Aktien oft nur die eigentliche Produktion betrachtet (Windkraft, Solar..). Aber wie der Strom von dort weg kommt, gespeichert wird und welche Auswirkungen auch auf das Netz entstehen, wird bei der Betrachtung der alternativen Energien im Aktienbereich oft nicht diskutiert. Vieleicht ist es auch noch zu unbekannt. An Lösungen geht kein Weg vorbei, wenn mann VERSTÄRKT auf die grüne Energien setzt.
Beacon hat mittlerweile eine gute Auftragslage und ist führend in der Speichertechnologie bzw. im Netzausgleich für Spannungsschwankungen.
Mein Tip, auch wenns zur Zeit runter geht, nachkaufen und liegen lassen. (keine Empfehlung, nur meine eigene Meinung)
Bengali : Bin auch investiert
Willst Ihr, welche Splits davor schonmal durchgeführt wurden?
Werde erstmal beobachten. Wenn ich nachkaufe, dann frühestens bei 1 $. Hab schlechte Erfahrungen gemacht bei Resplits, daher scheue ich aktuell ein Nachkaufen, vor allem so früh.
Heißbader : hi, geb ich auch mal meinen senf dazu...
ich denke, wenn das managment um beacon in puncto marketing clever vorgeht, dann hat das unternehmen noch goldene zeiten vor sich...
KlassKlever : Potential!?
Heißbader : also ich habe keine Angst....
Einfach nur abwarten, weil finanziell steht Beacon gut da und wird nicht Pleite gehen.
hoomer : Zahlen zum 1.Q.11 sind da
Umsatz K$ 446 (+89%)
EBIT $ - 4.9 Mio. (VJ - 5.4 Mio.)
Nett Los $ - 11.7 Mio. (VJ - 5.5 Mio.)
Ganz unschön ist auch der Debitorenverlust von $ 6.5 Mio..
Diese Position wurde leider auch nicht weiter erläutert.
hoomer : bin übrigens auch dabei
hoomer : vielleicht wird ja doch noch was draus!!??
On August 23, 2011, Beacon Power Corporation entered into an At Market Issuance Sales Agreement with McNicoll, Lewis & Vlak LLC, pursuant to which the Company may issue and sell shares of its common stock, par value $0.01 per share, having an aggregate offering price of up to $25,000,000 from time to time through MLV.
Upon delivery of a placement notice and subject to the terms and conditions of the Agreement and any such placement notice, MLV may sell Shares by methods deemed to be an "at-the-market" offering as defined in Rule 415 promulgated under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act"), including sales made directly on The NASDAQ Capital Market, on any other existing trading market for the common stock or to or through a market maker. MLV will act as sales agent on a commercially reasonable efforts basis consistent with its normal trading and sales practices and applicable state and federal law, rules and regulations and the rules of NASDAQ. The Company has no obligation to sell any of the Shares, and may at any time suspend offers under the Agreement or terminate the Agreement.
speudebradeos : Ist die Bodenbildung vollzogen?
speudebradeos : Interessant:
“I’m not ready to give up,” Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Chrysler, told reporters yesterday at the National Automobile Dealers Association convention in Las Vegas. “The department has not indicated an unwillingness to lend.”
Chrysler, majority owned by Fiat SpA, continues to hold talks with the U.S. about the program, which encourages production of fuel-efficient vehicles, Marchionne said. He reiterated that the amount that Auburn, Hills, Michigan-based Chrysler may be able to borrow has been reduced to less than the $3.5 billion the company sought last year.
“The due diligence process that they have inside the Department of Energy is one which is reflective of a series of concerns, part of which are maybe attributable to recent events and some of the deals they’ve done,” Marchionne said.
Ener1 Inc., the maker of batteries for electric cars that received a $118 million Energy Department grant to make electric-car batteries, last month filed for bankruptcy protection after defaulting on bond debt amid Asian competition. Ener1’s bankruptcy follows the failure of at least two U.S. government-backed renewable energy companies, solar panel maker Solyndra LLC and energy storage company Beacon Power Corp.
speudebradeos : News!
Date: February 06, 2012 09:24 ET
Beacon Power Assets to be Sold to Rockland Capital
Leading Energy Investment Firm to Acquire Stephentown Flywheel Plant and Other Assets; Intends to Continue Beacon Operations and Build Second 20 MW Plant
TYNGSBORO, Mass., Feb. 6, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Rockland Capital, a leading private equity firm focused on energy-related investments, will acquire Beacon Power Corporation's 20-megawatt flywheel energy storage plant in Stephentown, New York, and most of the other assets of the Company, based on its offer made February 3, 2012, in accordance with the process negotiated with the Loan Program Office of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Rockland Capital was the successful acquirer among several leading energy and technology firms that vied for the opportunity following Beacon's Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing on October 30, 2011.
Under terms of the agreement and subject to court approval on February 7, 2012, Rockland will purchase substantially all assets of Beacon Power and its Stephentown subsidiary, for a combination of cash and a promissory note totaling $30.5 million, along with additional guarantees and funding obligations to DOE of $6.6 million. Rockland's purchase includes all assets of the Company's 20 MW flywheel regulation plant in Stephentown; all assets in Beacon's Tyngsboro headquarters including the intellectual property, inventory, spare parts, and equipment; assumption of an amended property lease in Tyngsboro to enable continuing operations; and many of the contracts associated with operation of the business.
The acquired assets and agreements will be placed into a new private company named Beacon Power LLC, wholly owned by Rockland, which will rehire a majority of the current Beacon staff into the new company. Rockland also intends to provide the necessary equity capital to develop a second 20 MW flywheel regulation plant in Pennsylvania. In addition to approval by the bankruptcy court, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission must approve the sale of the Stephentown assets.
Scott Harlan, Managing Partner for Rockland Capital, said, "We were attracted to Beacon Power because of its effective fast-response, grid-connected energy storage technology and its successful experience applying this technology as a frequency regulation resource in Stephentown. With the implementation later this year of FERC-mandated pay-for-performance compensation for balancing services provided to the grid, both the Stephentown plant and the one we plan to build in Pennsylvania will realize much improved revenue. We're pleased to make it possible for this company and its talented team to continue to innovate and grow, and to provide a runway to facilitate a path to commercial success."
Bill Capp, Beacon President and CEO, commented, "Rockland Capital is a well-capitalized company that has an excellent track record of successfully identifying undervalued electric power generating assets and applying its knowledge of the business and the capital necessary to develop the full potential of those assets. They recognized early on that Beacon was one such opportunity and our relationship has been positive and productive throughout their evaluation process. We're grateful for their commitment to support Beacon and we look forward to working together and achieving our commercial objectives."
The sale of Beacon's Stephentown plant and other assets was organized and conducted by Beacon's financial advisors, CRG Partners, and legal counsel, Brown Rudnick LLP. For more information on the asset sale, refer to the case docket here: http://dm.epiq11.com/BPE/docket/Default.aspx?SearchCriteria=.