Electric Moto Corp., Inc. (Pink Sheets: EMOT) is trading up sharply after the Company announced on July 22, 2008 that the U.S.-based designer, manufacturer and retailer of highly efficient electric battery-powered motorcycles, scooters and ATVs, has entered the European marketplace.
The company has recently delivered the first shipment of Blade XT demonstration motorcycles to its authorized European distributors which include: GoBlade (UK) and Freeride (France). Management believes that its historical focus on building consumer awareness in Europe coupled with the recent rise in demand for electric-powered vehicles in the region have created an extremely favorable business environment for the company. Electric Moto Corp. first unveiled aggressive development plans for the ‘Blade’ at the 2006 International Motorcycle Show in Milan. To read the entire story, click here:
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SUPERLATTICE POWER INC. – Develops new metallic anodes
Superlattice Power, Inc. (OTCBB: SLAT ) is trading up 3.54% following the Company’s July 22, 2008 announcement that the emerging leader in the development and marketing of the next generation of lithium-powered batteries worldwide has successfully developed an innovative series of metallic anodes for utilization along with the proprietary high capacity cathode material with super lattice structure already developed.
Superlattice Power Inc. is developing anode and cathode materials for different applications from High Power to High Energy. The newly developed synthesis process by Superlattice Power Inc. has already enabled large scale production of phase pure cathode material. The materials will be implemented for the large scale production of anode material. To read the entire story, click here:
HOKU SCIENTIFIC, INC - completes installation of 254 Kw solar system
Hoku Scientific, Inc. (Nasdaq: HOKU) is trading down 2.5% following the Company’s July 22, 208 announcement that Hoku Solar, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of and designer, engineer and installer of photovoltaic (PV) power systems, and Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of solar photovoltaic (PV) cells and modules, have completed a 254-kilowatt PV solar power system at the Oahu warehouse and distribution headquarters of Paradise Beverages, Inc. The system uses more than 1,540 individual Suntech modules to produce an estimated 525,000 kilowatt-hours of clean solar power each year. It is the third of three solar projects totaling 358kw of power the Hoku-Suntech team have implemented for Paradise Beverages. To read the entire article click here:
U.S. GEOTHERMAL INC - obtains permits for three new production wells
U.S. Geothermal Inc. (Amex: HTM) a renewable energy company focused on the production of electricity from geothermal energy, is trading up modestly following the Company’s July 22, 2008 announcement that a Project Area Permit was issued by the State of Nevada, Division of Minerals on July 7, 2008 for the San Emidio project in northwestern Nevada. In conjunction with the Project Area Permit, the Division of Minerals also issued individual drilling permits for the first three new production wells. These wells are intended to provide geothermal fluid for the planned 27 megawatt, new development at the San Emidio project. To read the entire story, click here:
W2 ENERGY – gets purchase order for another waste-to-energy plant
W2 Energy Inc. (Other OTC: WTWO) is trading up 4% following the Company’s July 22, 2008 announcement that Combustibles Alternativos (Cobal) Chile has issued a purchase order for a waste-to-energy plant that will convert 80 tons of municipal waste into electricity and 70 cetane synthetic diesel. The plant will use W2 Energy’s proprietary plasma and gas-to-liquid technologies.
Cobal Chile will pay $12,900,000 to W2 Energy. W2 Energy will build, install and commission the plant. The plant includes two 40 ton per day waste handling sections, two reactors which turn the municipal solid waste into syngas, two gas-to-liquid sections which convert the syngas into synthetic diesel, and a single steam turbine which converts the heat produced into electricity. To read the entire story, click here:
DYNAMOTIVE ENERGY SYSTEMS CORPORATION – Production resumes at West Lorne plant
Dynamotive Energy Systems Corporation (OTCBB: DYMTF ) is trading up 5.77% following the Company’s July 22, 208 announcement that production of BioOil® from its West Lorne plant commenced on Thursday, July 17 approximately 3 months from the time operations were disrupted due to the fire on April 10. The plant repairs were led by Dynamotive’s engineering department, with the support of Tecna S.A., Tepsi S.A. and local suppliers. The repairs included key reactor modifications that were verified during June at the Guelph plant. Costs of these repairs are covered by insurance, except for a standard non-material deductible. During the week of July 21, Dynamotive will be conducting BioOil production tests on behalf of a client using biomass sourced from Asia. Following these test operations, production will resume the week of August 4 when Erie Flooring, Dynamotive’s sawdust supplier and partner, resumes operations after its 2 week annual summer shutdown. This successful restart puts Dynamotive back on track to supply BioOil for current customers, power generation, and new customer product qualification trials. To read the entire story, click here: