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I am starting this thread for SolRayo, a Solar Energy Technology Company
Stock symbol is currently EIPC
it is trading inside a parent company,
which has 225,000,000 shares outstanding:
the stock is below a penny, at .0069 to be exact, or a market cap of 1.5 million
and so it begins;
SolRayo receives half-million dollar federal grant,
That was a year ago.
A year is a long time in the nano technology world:
With 225,000,000 outstanding and all in the float,
the company cannot issue new shares without a vote.
I am voting against; up front, don't believe this stock needs much to get it above a half a buck, and with today's market cap of $1,552,500
a move to 50 cents is enough for everyone's future campfire story
SolRayo is the answer to the prayer
that every shareholder of EIPC has prayed for.
it is my every intention to make every single person
who ever had shares in EIPC, and sold them, to regret it,
and want to buy them back,
all of them
SolRayo of Madison develops products for uses in renewable energy applications, including solar panels
StaffThe Business Journal
SolRayo Inc., a Madison developer of technology serving the renewable energy industry, has been awarded a federal small business technology grant of $499,998 for the development of coatings to extend the life of batteries.
The National Science Foundation Small Business Technology Transfer will fund the second phase of the project to commercialize the product, a nanoparticle oxide coating used for lithium-ion batteries. During the first phase of the project, completed June 30, 2011, the inexpensive and easy-to-apply coating was shown to help increase the cycle life of certain rechargeable lithium-ion batteries by several times, SolRayo said.
The research and technology is being developed in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Dr. Walter Zeltner will oversee the project at SolRayo and serves as the company's director of battery research. The work is being conducted jointly at SolRayo's facility in Madison at the lab of Prof. Marc Anderson at the University of Wisconsin.
The project officially commenced April 1 and is scheduled to conclude March 31, 2014.
Enable IPC has successfully achieved increasing revenues and posted profits in the last three consecutive quarters. On November 12th, the Company issued its quarterly financial statements detailing its progress. As development of multiple product lines continues, the Company expects to maintain steady growth.
The Company also provided updates on its recent presentation at the University of Wisconsin's Energy Summit 2012 and continuing progress on its nanoparticle solution for lithium ion battery cathodes.
Enable IPC CEO David Walker's UW Energy Summit Presentation Available Onl
SolRayo's NSF Phase II First Interim Report Approved
Enable IPC subsidiary SolRayo recently filed and received approval for its first interim report on its Phase II National Science Foundation (NSF) Small Business Technology Transfer grant aimed at commercialization of its nanoparticle solution for coating lithium ion battery cathodes.
The $499,998 grant was awarded earlier this year and the project officially began in April.
SolRayo is working on the solution for the lithium ion battery problem,
and their solution, appears to be working, according to the NSF
that is all it took for me
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