kyleOk; although I am hardly an "elder" here I would like to voice a few reasons I put money into this company. This company is finally coming out of the developmental stages about 7 years gaining FCC Certification of it's HNet product which is an (AMR) Automatic Meter Reading, you can read more about it on their website. http://www.conectisys.com/ The company is also in the process of getting FCC approval on it's base station. Simply put this is an opportunity to get in on a company from the ground floor level. The conferance which they are attending is a place to make contacts with the big boys http://www.marcusevans.com/events/CFEventinfo.asp?EventID=8954 Now on to the trading aspect; the charts are looking sweet and volume is up with a Green close on Friday. Some will buy now and sell on the news that will be coming mid January and they will make some $cash$. I will probably sell 1/3 of my position when I feel the time is right to lock in some gains but I'm going to hold the larger part of my position because if they get some contracts this stock is gonna take off! Kyle this is JMO GLTY
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Hmmm I do have this stock down on my acculamation list for some reason, I also have down "should run in mid. Jan." I think there was some news back about a trade show down in Florida or something for mid Jan.
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CNES filed Today - so the "E" will be gone soon!
We do not anticipate that any government regulations will hamper our efforts to deploy our H-Net(TM) system. Rather, the restructuring of the energy market in the United States has required the reading of energy meters much more frequently than the current practice of once a month, thus making the physical meter reading techniques currently in use inadequate. Our H-Net(TM) system is designed to meet various government regulations mandating frequent meter readings and we are attempting to position ourselves so that we will be a beneficiary of these mandates. We have conducted pilot programs of our H- Net(TM) system with the University of California, Irvine through its Advanced Power and Energy Program. We believe that if we are able to preserve our relationship with the University of California, Irvine, as a result of its Advanced Power and Energy Program which we believe is a high-profile program, we may have a significant opportunity to secure government recognition of our H-Net(TM) system, and we hope that we can position our H-Net(TM) system to be referred to in government regulations, or informally, as the standard in the AMR industry."
"Yes, we are looking into the Asia Market. We also spoke with Kyushu Electric Power Co of Japan at the conference. Those oversea markets are much ahead of the U.S."
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By: lamigra03 27 Jan 2005, 04:54 PM EST Msg. 19364 of 19370 (This msg. is a reply to 19362 by stockman770.) Jump to msg. #
Kyushu electric is huge! they serve 8.2 million customers and FCC approval would not be needed there (but maybe another type of approval or regualtion). Anyway I know that this does not mean a contract but a comapny like that even being intersted in our little company is a big plus.
I for one am here for the long run and will only sell a small portion of my position when we go over a dollar.
GLTY and as always JMHO on the above, but I had to share.
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i own a gabillion shares of this and its my favorite... they had a conference last week and they missed filling a form which added an e cnese they filled the correct form this week so the e should come off tomorrow.
they have there last fcc approval in feb and they are doing test in los angelas ca.
they do amr automated electric meter reading. there are other people in this business but the way they do it is drive a van through a neighborhood. this system does not require a person. the meter transmitts to a substation which relays it by internet to the electric company 4 times a day.
great product real future.
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