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19 Postings, 5406 Tage LembergerPressemitteilung von Viaspace

 
  
    #1
2
16.11.09 14:47
San Francisco Conference Marks First U.S. Presentation on Giant KingTM Grass



Irvine, CA- November 12, 2009- VIASPACE Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: VSPC), a clean energy company growing Giant KingTM Grass as a renewable, low carbon, energy crop, today announced that Chief Executive Dr. Carl Kukkonen will make a presentation on Giant King Grass at the Next-Generation Biofuels Feedstocks USA Conference to be held November 16-17, 2009, at Le Meridien Hotel in San Francisco.

The conference-to identify renewable energy feedstocks with the most potential-will be attended by leading experts, business executives, investors and others to discuss the challenges and opportunities in next-generation biofuels feedstocks. The conference will compare how existing and next-generation feedstocks impact the environment and greenhouse gas emissions. Prices, market trends and yield potential will also be discussed.

VIASPACE Chief Executive Dr. Carl Kukkonen remarked: "Whether biomass is used to generate electricity or as feedstock for producing green gasoline, price, supply reliability, technical performance and environmental effects are critical issues. We feel that, in general, dedicated energy crops grown specifically for use as feedstock can meet the needs of energy producers. The very high yield and verified technical performance of Giant King Grass make it a highly competitive and economically advantageous energy crop. As a result we are seeing increasing interest in our Giant King Grass and are in discussions to establish long-term supply agreements."

Kukkonen said that, from a business standpoint, even a relatively small 30-megawatt (MW) biomass-dedicated power plant would use 175,000 tons of Giant King Grass each year and potentially generate $6.3 million in grass sales. A much larger 2,000-MW coal-fired power plant, by replacing only 20% of its coal with Giant King Grass pellets, would require approximately 2.3 million tons of grass pellets per year, representing sales of approximately $230 million. Both projections are based on current prices for biomass and pellets.

About VIASPACE Inc.

VIASPACE is an alternative energy company providing products and technology for renewable and clean energy that reduce or eliminate dependence on fossil and high-pollutant energy sources. The Company provides raw material for cellulosic biofuels and develops and markets fuel cell cartridges, products and technology. VIASPACE subsidiary Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Corporation owns a portfolio of fuel cell patents licensed from Pasadena-based California Institute of Technology (Caltech), which manages NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, where the direct methanol fuel cell was invented. For more information, please see http://www.viaspace.com/ or contact Dr. Jan Vandersande, Director of Communications, at 800-517-8050 or IR@VIASPACE.com.

Safe Harbor Statement:  Information in this news release includes forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements relate to future events or future performance and involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause our actual results, levels of activity, performance or achievements to be materially different from any future results, levels of activity, performance or achievements expressed or implied by these forward-looking statements. Such factors  include, without limitation, risks outlined in our periodic filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, including Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2008, as well as general economic and business conditions; the ability to acquire and develop specific products and technologies; changes in consumer and business demand for the Company's products; competition from larger companies; changes in demand for alternative and clean energy; risks associated with international transactions; risks related to technological change; and other factors over which VIASPACE has little or no control.  

1914 Postings, 5961 Tage urbommeldas ist er m. E. nicht

 
  
    #2
1
17.11.09 09:25
der Durchbruch!
gruß urbommel  

246445 Postings, 5741 Tage buransieht jetzt aber danach aus

 
  
    #3
1
09.04.10 14:08
GrB  

1914 Postings, 5961 Tage urbommelalso

 
  
    #4
1
09.04.10 15:23
72 % hatten wir noch nicht, da gebe ich dir Recht, sieht wirklich gut aus.
gruß urbommel  

246445 Postings, 5741 Tage burandas sind ja Prozentschübe vom Feinsten

 
  
    #5
08.05.10 10:31
Hut ab!

DaGrB  

246445 Postings, 5741 Tage buranhaha

 
  
    #6
11.06.10 16:33
die hab ich ja auch noch
könnte jetzt verkaufen
aber ich bin giiiiieeeeerig
sehr sogar
ich will mehr
der Mann und das Meer!
DaGrB  

246445 Postings, 5741 Tage buranman darf den Bogen nur nicht überspannen

 
  
    #7
11.06.10 17:46
wann sollte man denn verkaufen?
das mag keiner zu sagen
ich schon garnicht
aber Gier frisst Hirn
auf jedefall nichts überstürzen
;-))))
wer hat der hat oder so ähnlich
;-)))  

1914 Postings, 5961 Tage urbommelDie Umsätze sind beachtlich

 
  
    #8
06.10.10 18:58

nennt man das Geldwäsche?

urbommel

 

1914 Postings, 5961 Tage urbommelUnser Geld haben jetzt andere

 
  
    #9
15.12.10 16:56
Ich werde das Gefühl nicht los, der Titel wird systematisch kaputt gemacht. Vielleicht ist das Unternehmen auch kaputt, denn überall geht es aufwärts, nur bei dieser Bude nicht.
Wir sind alle dem „Trading INSIDER“ schwer auf den Leim gegangen, wir sind rein und die haben ihre Aktien rausgeholt.
Gruß urbommel  

24 Postings, 4299 Tage ShelbyThe Green Baron

 
  
    #10
11.03.11 00:43

24 Postings, 4299 Tage Shelby01.03.2011 NEWS

 
  
    #11
11.03.11 00:50
VIASPACE GREEN ENERGY PTE. LTD. INCORPORATED IN SINGAPORE
March 1, 2011

CEO to Present at Singapore Bioenergy and Biorefinery Conference
March 23-25, 2011

Irvine, California, USA—March 1, 2011—VIASPACE Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: VSPC) and its subsidiary VIASPACE Green Energy Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: VGREF) announced incorporation of VIASPACE Green Energy Pte. Ltd. in Singapore. The new company is 100% owned by VIASPACE Green Energy Inc. No further information about the new company is being announced at this time.

Dr. Carl Kukkonen, chief executive of VIASPACE and the newly formed company will travel to Asia to meet with potential customers and partners. He will also make an invited presentation at the “Bioenergy and Biorefinery Conference-- Southeast Asia 2011-- From Feedstock to Market” which will be held in Singapore March 23-25, 2011. Dr. Kukkonen’s presentation is titled “Giant King Grass: A Dedicated Energy Crop for Bioenergy And Biorefineries.”

On February 14, 2011, VIASPACE announced the very encouraging results of independent testing of Giant King Grass as a feedstock for biorefineries and biofuel plants using the fermentation method. The test data showed that VIASPACE’s proprietary Giant King Grass has essentially the same properties as corn stover and wheat straw, which are current leading candidate feedstocks for making not only cellulosic biofuels but also a wide range of biochemicals.

In addition, on February 14, 2011, Dr. Kukkonen reported: “These initial results show that a ton of Giant King Grass can yield as much bio ethanol as a ton of corn stover. This validates Giant King Grass, a nonfood dedicated energy crop, as a competitive feedstock for producing cellulosic biofuels... Most importantly, an acre of Giant King Grass yields up to 10 times greater tonnage than an acre of corn stover, which is the stalk and leaves leftover from harvesting an acre of corn…With our high yield, we believe that Giant King Grass can reduce biofuel feedstock costs by up to 40%, even when compared to projected prices for corn straw as agricultural waste. As a result, Giant King Grass promises the cost-of-production breakthrough that has plagued the second-generation biofuels industry.”

1914 Postings, 5961 Tage urbommel@ Shelby:

 
  
    #12
11.03.11 09:59
kannst du bitte mal ein kurzes Statement auf Deutsch abgeben.
Geht es jetzt los?
Gruß urbommel  

24 Postings, 4299 Tage ShelbyKann Ich auch abgeben...

 
  
    #13
1
11.03.11 12:45
Wann es los geht...ist immer schwer zu sagen (bei allen Aktien)!
Denn wie schon A. Einstein gesagt hat: Man kann schneller lernen was ein(e) Affe/ Chimpanzee machen wird, bevor die Verrücktheit des Menschen!

Ich gehen nach Zahlen die ein Unternehmen vorgibt....und es sieht bei VIASPACE gut aus....langsam aber stabil gut!

Unternehmen wächst und wenn man in die Zukunft blickt (dazu gehört auch 7tes Sinn, was auch viele Millionäre und Milliardäre haben), dann denke ich das Dr. Carl Kukkonen gut erkannt hat, das Menschen immer und immer wieder Gute, Tolle, Neue Energien brauchen werden um irgendwie weiter zu kommen!

Ich glaube auch das Dr. Carl Kukkonen noch andere Ideen hat und sie irgendwann raus bringt.


PS: Bin seit 5 Jahren dabei....und wer Interesse hat seine Aktien zu verkaufen...werde auch gerne abkaufen! ;)

10 Postings, 4057 Tage sabine delingeraktien kaufen

 
  
    #14
1
11.03.11 15:05

hi shelby,

wenn du kaufen möchtest, kannst du das an allen handelstagen über die börse und darüber hinaus sogar außerbörslich jederzeit realisieren!!

wo liegt dein problem? schlag zu! dann haben wir alle spass an steigenden kursen.

gruß sabine

 

24 Postings, 4299 Tage Shelby@ Sabine

 
  
    #15
12.03.11 00:13
ruhe bewahren!!!
Es ist auch nicht leicht geld zu verteilen, bei so viel aktien auswahl was zurzeit atraktiv sind...

10 Postings, 4057 Tage sabine delinger@ shelby

 
  
    #16
14.03.11 15:55

bin ganz ruhig :)

wenn du ein paar cent übrig hast, investier sie doch in diesen wert.

für 1000 teuros bekommst du schon 100 000 stück. dann sind wir beide happy.

gruß sabine

 

1914 Postings, 5961 Tage urbommelsuper, dann würde sich der Kurs

 
  
    #17
14.03.11 16:19
verdoppeln!!!!!!!
Das wird wohl für immer eine Depotleiche bleiben.
gruß urbommel  

24 Postings, 4299 Tage ShelbyHat Dr. Carl Kukkonen ....

 
  
    #18
17.03.11 18:59
Hat Dr. Carl Kukkonen - Atom-Kraft-Werke???

1914 Postings, 5961 Tage urbommelich glaube nicht

 
  
    #19
18.03.11 10:42
doch arbeiten die nich an einer Super-Batterie?
Die würden jetzt in Japan gebraucht, wenn die auf alternative Energien umsteigen müssen.
Spaß am Rande, wer kann die Leistung eines Pumpspeicherwerkes (wirkt wie eine Batterie) mit einer Batterie a la VIASPACE abfangen?
gruß urbommel  

24 Postings, 4299 Tage ShelbySo ist es..... ;)

 
  
    #20
18.03.11 15:48
genau an sauberer energie werden viele interesiert sein!

Und auch gut, das Dr. Kukkonen keine Atom-Werke baut!

Ja, die Mega Clean Batterie....wonach die ganze elektronik welt durst haben wird! :)  

24 Postings, 4299 Tage ShelbyVIASPACE Reports Financial Results for 4-Quar and

 
  
    #21
04.04.11 13:31
VIASPACE Reports Financial Results for Fourth-Quarter 2010 and Full Year.

IRVINE, Calif. — April 1, 2011—VIASPACE Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: VSPC - News), a clean energy company
growing Giant King™ Grass as a low-carbon, renewable biomass crop, today reported financial results for the
fourth-quarter and year ended December 31, 2010.

Total revenue for fourth-quarter 2010 was $1,040,000 which included $1,008,000 from Inter-Pacific Arts (IPA). Total
revenue for fourth-quarter 2009 was $851,000 and included $683,000 from IPA.

For the quarter, cost of revenues was $752,000, compared to $541,000 in fourth-quarter 2009. Gross profit for the quarter
was $288,000, compared to gross profit of $310,000 for fourth-quarter 2009.

Total operating expenses for fourth-quarter 2010 were $922,000, including $860,000 of selling, general and
administrative (SG&A) expense and $62,000 for operations. SG&A included $420,000 in stock-based compensation.
Total operating expenses for fourth-quarter 2009 were $1,068,000 and included $1,062,000 in SG&A and $6,000 for
operations. SG&A in 2009 included $345,000 in stock-based compensation. Operating loss for the quarter was $634,000,
compared to an operating loss of $758,000 in fourth-quarter 2009.

Fourth-quarter 2010 other expense, net, was $61,000, compared to other expense, net, of $79,000 for fourth-quarter 2009.

Net loss for the fourth-quarter 2010 was $657,000 compared to a net loss in fourth-quarter 2009 of $839,000. Net loss for
fourth-quarter 2010 and fourth-quarter 2009 was less than $0.01 per share in each quarter.

Total revenue for 2010 was $3,643,000 which included $3,240,000 from Inter-Pacific Arts (IPA) and $388,000 from U.S.
military contracts from security contracts with the U.S. Navy and U.S. Army. Total revenue for 2009 was $4,376,000 and
included $3,618,000 from IPA and $701,000 from U.S. military contracts for security products.

For 2010, cost of revenues was $2,634,000, compared to $2,686,000 in 2009. Gross profit for 2010 was $1,009,000,
compared to gross profit of $1,690,000 for 2009.

Total operating expenses for 2010 were $3,828,000, including $3,650,000 of selling, general and administrative (SG&A)
expense and $178,000 for operations. SG&A included $1,690,000 in stock-based compensation. Total operating expenses
for 2009 were $4,417,000 and included $4,387,000 in SG&A and $30,000 for operations. SG&A in 2009 included
$1,784,000 in stock-based compensation. Operating loss for 2010 was $2,819,000, compared to an operating loss of
$2,727,000 in 2009.

2010 other expense, net, was $142,000, compared to other expense, net, of $194,000 for 2009.

1914 Postings, 5961 Tage urbommel@Shelby:

 
  
    #22
04.04.11 15:21
von wem bekommst du Geld?
Der Bericht sagt nichts, außer, dass 2010 noch schlechter als 2009 war!
Keine Aussicht für 2011?
Die Bude kannst du abhaken!
gruß urbommel  

24 Postings, 4299 Tage ShelbyViaspace: Clean Energy for a clean Tomorrow!

 
  
    #23
07.02.12 12:54
is going to be promoted today which is visible by the newsletter in or database. The promoter who has initiated the promotion is The Green Baron. According to the newsletter details, the promoter had received $1,000 and 2 million restricted trading shares for the service. The promotion comes at a suitable technical moment. The stock is close to one of its lowest supports for this year. At the same time, the MACD has been in a positive trend for some while

24 Postings, 4299 Tage ShelbyCalif., March 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ Viaspace

 
  
    #24
16.03.12 15:59
CEO Dr. Carl Kukkonen reports "Asia represents a large potential market for Giant King Grass based bioenergy projects. On the pellet side --China has restricted the use of coal in small boilers and this has led to a new Chinese domestic demand for pellets. Additionally, a new law in Korea requires the use of biomass for electricity generation and this is leading to a market for pellets. Korean utilities and fuel traders are actively seeking sources of biomass pellets, and are co-investing in pellet projects. Southern China and Southeast Asia have ideal climates to grow Giant King Grass, and the transportation distances to customers in Asia are much shorter than distances to customers in Europe. This leads to very favorable economics for pellet projects. European pellet buyers are also active in soliciting pellet supply from Southeast Asia.  VIASPACE is pursuing several pellet opportunities in Asia."

Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia and the Philippines are actively promoting biomass power plants for electricity generation through government initiatives and feed in tariffs. A feed in tariff is a commitment from the government electrical grid to purchase biomass electricity at a specific price for a specified period of time. A feed in tariff is essentially a government guarantee to buy the electricity and this guarantee can be used to obtain equity and debt financing for the project.

Kukkonen traveled to Malaysia, Thailand and Myanmar in February where he met with current and potential partners for biomass electric power plants in these countries.  Representatives from the Philippines and Malaysia flew to California in December to meet with us.  In February, Kukkonen also met with representatives of Seema Energy who are developing a 90 MW biomass power plant in Thailand to be fueled by Giant King Grass. Kukkonen also met with Owl Energy, the power consulting company that conducted the feasibility study and developed the Request for Proposals for Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) for the Seema Energy project in Thailand.  Kukkonen met with one of the EPC firms to brief them on Giant King Grass as a dedicated energy crop.

Kukkonen continued, "In Bangkok, I met with our power plant partner DP CleanTech to discuss the range of potential projects around the world utilizing their exclusive boiler technology with Giant King Grass. DP CleanTech has built 27 biomass power plants over the last six years. Their expertise is in high-temperature high-pressure power plants using straws such as Giant King Grass as fuel."

"I also went to Myanmar (also known as Burma) to explore future business opportunities. The US currently has sanctions against Myanmar, but things are changing quickly. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited Myanmar in December and Senators John McCain and Mitch McConnell have recently traveled to Myanmar.  Pro-democracy leader and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi is running for Parliament in the April 1 elections.  The US has restored diplomatic relations with Myanmar and President Obama spoke well of Burma in his State of the Union address.  If things continue to go forward, the sanctions will likely be removed and Myanmar will represent a significant business opportunity. After being closed for 50 years, Myanmar is anticipating very rapid development and electricity is an important part of their plan."

Finally, Kukkonen was invited to make a presentation at the 2nd Biomass & Pellets Update Asia Conference held in Bangkok on February 17, 2012.  Other speakers were from Poyry Management Consulting of Finland and Singapore, Vyncke Energietechniek of Belgium, and pellet equipment manufacturers--Kahl from Germany, CPM from the US, Prodesa from Spain, and Muyang from China. Dr. Kukkonen's presentation "Giant King Grass for Bioenergy and Pellets" is available on the VIASPACE website at www.VIASPACE.com.

472 Postings, 3348 Tage cadplotNa ja sieht langsam besser aus für

 
  
    #25
1
21.03.12 09:01

diesen unterbewerteten Rentnerclub.

Wenn die Amis mal weiter kräftig vorlegen.

Ende März kommt der Jahresspiegel und der erste Q 2012, wissen manche schon das es langsam aufwärts geht ?

verkauft wird ja schon etwas....

 

 

 

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