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To: The Ox who wrote (239)12/9/2020 10:52:16 AM
From: Sultan
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Agreed.. ENPH is moving into next generation products in 1st Qtr. of 2021.. Looking forward to February and next year's update.

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From: Sultan12/11/2020 11:49:13 AM
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Analyst Actions: Piper Sandler Starts Enphase Energy at Overweight With $150 Price Target

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From: Sultan12/11/2020 3:56:47 PM
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Enphase, SolarEdge +6% after Piper's bullish call


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From: Sultan12/16/2020 2:55:49 PM
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Upstart Power Announces Investment for Residential Fuel Cell Technology from Clean Tech Leaders

SOUTHBOROUGH, Mass., Dec. 16, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Upstart Power, Inc. announced today the participation of Enphase Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: ENPH), Sunnova Energy International Inc. (NYSE: NOVA) and Rodgers Capital, LLC, a California limited liability company, in an investment that will enable Upstart to continue the development of its groundbreaking fuel cell technology. This highly reliable, low emission technology will work in conjunction with solar and battery storage systems in residential applications, forming a highly resilient microgrid.

As part of the investment, T.J. Rodgers, CEO of Rodgers Capital, LLC, Jeff McNeil, Chief Operating Officer of Enphase Energy, and John Santo Salvo, EVP of Channel Operations and Chief Procurement Officer of Sunnova, will join Upstart’s board of directors. Raghu Belur, Co-founder and Chief Products Officer of Enphase Energy and Kris Hillstrand, EVP of Technology and Service Operations of Sunnova, will be appointed as board observers.

“Upstart Power is focused on replacing internal combustion engine (ICE) generators in backup and off-grid applications,” said Paul Osenar, President and CEO of Upstart Power. “Fuel cell technologies can provide lower cost, lower emissions, and higher reliability than ICE generators. The continued support from Sunnova with new investment from Enphase Energy and Rodgers Capital will allow us to scale our product development and manufacturing teams and bring the innovative Upgen platform to the market at scale.”

“We are excited to continue building our partnerships with leading-edge technology firms to bring innovative energy technologies to market for our customers,” said William J. (John) Berger, Chief Executive Officer of Sunnova. “Sunnova is at the center of creating and managing the new distributed power systems in the United States, and fuel cells are expected to be a part of these new energy systems and solutions as we power energy independence."

“We are pleased to invest in Upstart Power and look forward to integrating fuel cells into the Ensemble™ energy management platform, allowing homeowners to achieve full energy independence,” said Badri Kothandaraman, President and CEO of Enphase Energy. “The combination of fuel cells with solar and battery storage systems helps to ensure that a home is powered even during extended periods of inclement weather and low solar production, bringing peace of mind to our customers.”

“I have worked for over a decade with fuel cells and can now see a solid market opportunity for residential fuel cells to service backup and off-grid applications,” said T.J. Rodgers, CEO of Rodgers Capital, LLC. “I am impressed with Upstart’s compact residential fuel cells and look forward to working with its talented team.”

About Upstart Power, Inc.

Upstart Power’s mission is to design and produce market-disruptive, solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) generators that are dependable, carbon efficient, and virtually silent. Focused on residential and commercial applications, our systems work collaboratively with intermittent renewable sources like solar and fill in when those sources are unavailable to provide 24-7-365 power. For more information, visit www.upstartpower.com.

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From: Sultan12/28/2020 1:54:33 PM
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Analyst Actions: Roth Capital Adjusts Enphase Energy's Price Target to $220 From $160, Maintains Buy Rating.

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From: spiral312/30/2020 7:06:00 PM
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Enphase Energy to replace Tiffany in the S&P 500 at open on January 7

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From: Sultan1/5/2021 12:10:59 PM
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Goldman .. From neutral to buy with PT of $ 232

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From: Sultan2/9/2021 4:15:57 PM
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Enphase handily beat all the numbers.. :)

Enphase Energy Reports Financial Results for the Fourth Quarter of 2020

investor.enphase.com

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To: Sultan who wrote (247)2/9/2021 4:29:15 PM
From: The Ox
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I have to question the valuation at over 16x next year's sales and a 100+PE on next years EPS estimates.

Great company, performing wonderfully and in the sweet spot of the solar/power/home revolution. $215 is too rich to this observer but I hope it keeps going up<g>...

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To: The Ox who wrote (248)2/9/2021 4:47:51 PM
From: Sultan
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The valuation in a lot of names have detached.. Hell, I sold ENPH when it was around $ 100..

But thankfully, kept some but yes, that is always a concern if the story changes at these levels but for now, they are executing very well so let's see..

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