MIAMI, January 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
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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.
Prior to the New Year, over 30% of GT Advanced Technologies (NASDAQ: GTAT)'s shares were short in the market. That accounts for approximately 40 million shares. Since the turn of the New Year, volume has been increasing as the company has experienced a 15% gain on its market cap. The stock has had a 52-week high of nearly $10.00 per share. We're thinking that shorts have delayed their "buy to cover" transactions until the first of the year to avoid a tax liability on an approximately 70% gain. Although there could be a short squeeze in the making, it's important to watch for new fundamentals evolving from the company and the industry.
LDK solar (NYSE: LDK) and Trina Solar (NYSE: TSL), can be the beneficiaries of further government incentives in the form of an MLP or Master Limited Partnership Classification. US Senator Chris Coons has initiated a bill to level the playing field for all sources of domestic energy. The Master Limited Partnerships Parity Act is a straightforward, powerful tweak to the federal tax code that could unleash significant private capital into the energy market. And as China cuts projects for companies like LDK and TSL, they can only benefit if the bill comes into play.
Legendary investor Warren Buffett through Berkshire Hathaway recently announced the purchase of a pair of power plants from Sunpower Corporation (NASDAQ: SPWR) in Southern California for $2.5 billion. This fits well for Buffett's portfolio, as it is a hedge against expected inflation due to recent events in the economy. The stock has shot up over 80% on the news and we've seen some profit taking since. Yingli Green Energy (NYSE: YGE)'s stock also rose with others on the news on Berkshire's purchase. YGE rose almost 40% into the news.
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