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Concentrating Solar Power
Concentrating solar power technologies use reflective materials such as mirrors to concentrate the sun's energy. This concentrated heat energy is then converted into electricity.
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IT'S HAMMER-CITY, in the Solar Sector, as Sheep Get Slaughtered
Look at this Chart
And look at these Results
Now read these comments
THESE IS EXACTLY why there is a role for GEI.
The media and the big brokers treat private investors like sheep, victims to be sheared of their income.
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Posted 06 September 2006 - 12:04 AM
Price of Silicon has soard by 50% over the past year. Curbing the growth of the solar industry and driving up costs.
Another interesting point is that Photovoltaics don't require semiconductor-grade silicon. So PV manufacturers have historically bought only the byproducts of the IC industry: those wafers that had to be rejected. But now PV demands are exceeding the supply of IC wafer rejects, so PVs are being made from IC-grade silicon, too.
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Howeverm, I am aware that there are various research efforts to create PV cells that make use of other cheaper replacements for Silicon, so PV may regain its cost advantage
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Posted 08 September 2006 - 07:54 AM
Interesting points, CJ
"Could somebody explain to me the concept of warrants and their affect on share price.....
As partial consideration for GE Energy Financial Services agreeing to
the waiver and amendment, the Company has agreed to adjust the strike price of
the 2,000,000 warrants previously issued to GE Energy Financial Services to a
strike price of US$1.122 per share (currently equivalent to £0.60 per share),
Warrants are the right, but not the responsibilit, to force the company to issue new stock at the wt strike price. Adjusting the strike downwards, as GE has obtained, means the warrants are more likely to have value, and be exercised. That would be dillutive, since it would mean more stock being issued at a lower price. But 2million shares is nothing to get too woreried about, I would say
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