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27074 Postings, 5949 Tage brunnetaECOtality, Inc. Announces Filing for NASDAQ

 
  
    #101
16.02.10 14:18
Listing

ECOtality, Inc. (OTCBB: ETLE), a leader in clean electric transportation and storage technologies, announced today that the Company has filed an application to list its common stock on the NASDAQ Capital Market.


http://www.finanznachrichten.de/...-filing-for-nasdaq-listing-004.htm

27074 Postings, 5949 Tage brunnetaEcotality seeks move to Nasdaq

 
  
    #102
16.02.10 18:51
Ecotality Inc. has filed an application to move its stock to The Nasdaq Stock Market.

The Scottsdale-based company (OTCBB:ETLE.OB) has seen shares take a roller coaster ride since a subsidiary received a $100 million federal grant to help develop electric car infrastructure.

http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/stories/2010/....html?surround=lfn

27074 Postings, 5949 Tage brunnetaBraucht die Welt Elektroautos?

 
  
    #103
05.03.10 06:56
Immer mehr Autobauer stehen unter Strom. Noch gibt es so gut wie keine serienreifen Elektroautos auf dem Markt, aber die Autohersteller arbeiten mit Hochdruck daran. Auf dem Genfer Autosalon wird eine Fülle neuer Modelle vorgestellt. Aber sind Elektroautos wirklich sinnvoll?

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618 Postings, 5695 Tage armanicodesinnlos hier

 
  
    #104
2
08.03.10 13:11
der aktionär hat alle kleinen aktionäre wiedermal verarscht, kompliment dazu  

27074 Postings, 5949 Tage brunnetaCompany to Present on Wednesday, March 17 at 8:30

 
  
    #105
1
11.03.10 14:09

10074 Postings, 6622 Tage BozkaschiWarren Buffett...

 
  
    #106
11.03.10 22:33

27074 Postings, 5949 Tage brunneta2010 News Coverage

 
  
    #107
1
03.05.10 13:20

246 Postings, 5256 Tage Boersenguru90mist

 
  
    #108
1
03.05.10 19:37
hätte bei 3, 20 nachkaufen sollen ;)
 

27074 Postings, 5949 Tage brunnetaECOtality, Inc. to Present at the JMP Securities

 
  
    #109
1
10.05.10 14:43
Conference

ECOtality, Inc. (OTCBB: ETLE), a leader in clean electric transportation and storage technologies, announced that Mr. Jonathan Read, Chief Executive Officer, will present an update on the Company at the JMP Securities Conference in San Francisco today, Monday, May 10, 2010 at 4:00 p.m. PDT. The presentation, which will occur live at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in San Francisco, will be concurrently webcast. The link to the webcast will be available on the ECOtality, Inc. website at www.ecotality.com.

http://www.finanznachrichten.de/...-jmp-securities-conference-004.htm

27074 Postings, 5949 Tage brunnetaEcotality not being hit by immigration boycotts

 
  
    #110
13.05.10 05:26
Ecotality Inc., which is rolling out a $100 million electric vehicle program, is not being hit by the calls to boycott Arizona companies, officials said.

The company was mentioned as a possible target during the Phoenix City Council’s policy session on Tuesday discussing the economic impact of the state's new immigration law, which gives police expanded authority to question suspected illegal immigrants.

Jeanine L’Ecuyer, spokeswoman for the Tempe-based company, said they have not heard anything about cities boycotting their products, nor are they likely to because they are working under a U.S. Department of Energy contract.

San Francisco, one of several cities across five U.S. states slated get chargers from Ecotality through the DOE program, has voted to boycott Arizona products in the wake of the immigration law. Other cities from Boston to Los Angeles have initiated similar measures.

The EV Project is a partnership of Ecotality, Nissan and the DOE to bring about 12,000 electric vehicle charging stations to cities including Phoenix and Tucson.

L’Ecuyer said the contracts for the stations’ distribution were signed last fall.

Read more: Ecotality not being hit by immigration boycotts - Phoenix Business Journal:

http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/stories/2010/....html?surround=lfn

27074 Postings, 5949 Tage brunnetaEcotality changes name of subsidiary

 
  
    #111
13.05.10 05:27
Ecotality Inc. is changing the name of its subsidiary working on its electric vehicle charging project.

The Electric Transportation Engineering Corp., which Tempe-based Ecotality bought in 2007, will be known as Ecotality North America.

The division has existed for more than two decades building electric vehicle chargers.

Ecotality North America is providing the equipment for the nearly $100 million U.S. Department of Energy program to roll out charging stations in five states.

The company said it was changing the name to be more consistent in its offerings.

Read more: Ecotality changes name of subsidiary - Phoenix Business Journal:


http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/stories/2010/....html?surround=lfn

27074 Postings, 5949 Tage brunnetaNews. 13.05.2010 14:08

 
  
    #112
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13.05.10 14:21

1225 Postings, 5501 Tage bucks09Nasdaq...das gibt hoffentlich weiter Aufwind!

 
  
    #113
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13.05.10 18:19
Bald an der Nasdaq gehandelt, wahrscheinlich noch vor Monatsende! Allen Investierten viel Erfolg weiterhin!
 

27074 Postings, 5949 Tage brunnetaEcotality gets OK for Nasdaq trading

 
  
    #114
1
14.05.10 11:03
Ecotality Inc. has been approved to be traded on the Nasdaq.

The Tempe company, which manufactures electric vehicle charging equipment, will trade under the symbol ECTY. It currently is trading on the over-the-counter bulletin board under the symbol ETLE.

The company did not release what its first Nasdaq trading day would be, but said it likely would be announced by the end of the month.

Ecotality’s stock price has been relatively stable since the company was awarded a $99.8 million federal contract to supply electric vehicle chargers in five states, including Arizona. Its price more than doubled the day of that announcement, from $7.20 on Aug. 4, 2009, to more than $15 Aug. 5. It has since settled down, and it has been trading around $5 to $6 per share through 2010.

The shift to Nasdaq is designed to give the company better exposure to larger lenders and funds, said company President and CEO Jonathan Read.

Read more: Ecotality gets OK for Nasdaq trading - Phoenix Business Journal:

http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/stories/2010/....html?surround=lfn

27074 Postings, 5949 Tage brunnetaBegins Trading on NASDAQ Today

 
  
    #115
1
20.05.10 14:11

27074 Postings, 5949 Tage brunnetaInfineon will von Trend zu sparsameren

 
  
    #116
21.05.10 10:17

45 Postings, 5290 Tage Gestatten RossiTendenz geht weiter zum Elektroauto

 
  
    #117
21.05.10 11:26
Toyota steigt bei Tesla ein
Toyota will gemeinsam mit dem amerikanischen Hersteller Tesla Motors Elektroautos für den US-Markt entwickeln und produzieren. Wie der japanische Branchenprimus am Donnerstag (Ortszeit) auf einer gemeinsamen Pressekonferenz im kalifornischen Palo Alto bekanntgab, sollen die Fahrzeuge in einer kürzlich stillgelegten Fabrik in Kalifornien gebaut und 2012 auf den Markt gebracht werden. Toyota werde 50 Millionen Dollar in den ortsansässigen Elektroauto-Hersteller investieren und gemeinsam Autos entwickeln und Unterstützung bei Fertigungssystemen leisten, hieß es. Im Mai 2009 war bereits Daimler bei Tesla eingestiegen.

Nach Angaben von Tesla-Chef Elon Musk wird in der Fabrik in Fremont eine jährliche Produktion von 20.000 Autos angestrebt. Anfangs sollen 1.000 Mitarbeiter beschäftigt werden. Langfristig sei jedoch die Schaffung von 10.000 Arbeitsplätzen geplant.

27074 Postings, 5949 Tage brunnetaPresident & CEO to Participate in Bryan Cave

 
  
    #118
1
27.05.10 22:06

27074 Postings, 5949 Tage brunnetaECOtality kürzlich auch den Austausch erfolgreich

 
  
    #119
1
27.05.10 22:08
abgeschlossen Umzug in die NASDAQ.

1314 Postings, 7518 Tage hauslMühsam ernährt sich das Eichhörnchen

 
  
    #120
07.06.10 20:39
 

1857 Postings, 5416 Tage holzauge999Da

 
  
    #121
07.06.10 21:02
geht noch was !! Gruss Holzi

1857 Postings, 5416 Tage holzauge999Der

 
  
    #122
07.06.10 21:06
€ steht bei 1,19 zur Zeit wenn man seit 2009 hält und jetzt verkauft dann rechnet sich das . Gruss Holzi

27074 Postings, 5949 Tage brunneta2010 News Coverage

 
  
    #123
2
14.06.10 09:28

16 Postings, 5853 Tage JaschaThe EV Project Expands To Los Angeles, Washington

 
  
    #124
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18.06.10 01:22
Adds $30 Million to The EV Project,
Adds 2600 Chevrolet Volt and 1,000 Nissan LEAF Vehicles

TEMPE – June 17, 2010 – ECOtality, Inc. (NASDAQ: ECTY), a leader in clean electric transportation and storage technologies, announced today that the U.S. Department of Energy has expanded The EV Project to include two new cities – Los Angeles, California and Washington, D.C. – and has broadened the offer of free home chargers to include qualified new owners of the Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle with extended-range capability. The expansion also adds an additional 1,000 Nissan LEAF cars zero-emission cars to the Project.

This expansion will be funded by a $30 million U.S. Department of Energy grant extension to ECOtality's EV Project, which was created through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). This new Federal grant extension includes $15 million of ARRA funding, which will be matched with $15 million in private funds, to reach the total of $30 million. ECOtality is the project manager for The EV Project, which began in October 2009 with an original grant amount of $99.8 million and the objective of creating new jobs, jump-starting the economy, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and lessening the country's dependence on fossil fuel. With the assistance of more than forty partners, The EV Project will deliver nearly 15,000 residential and commercial chargers to 13 cities in five states and the District of Columbia. The mission of the Project is to evaluate the use of electric vehicles and charging systems in diverse geographies and climates, then to use that information to build a foundation that will optimize adoption of electric vehicles nationwide.

With this expansion, ECOtality's EV Project, already the largest electric vehicle infrastructure project ever undertaken, will provide an additional 2,600 home chargers for owners of the Chevrolet Volt, as well as another 1,000 chargers for the zero-emission Nissan LEAF electric vehicles.

"Americans are ready to think differently about how they drive, and are ready to embrace electric vehicle technology," said ECOtality CEO & President Jonathan Read. "Through The EV Project, ECOtality is meeting the demand for new fuel sources by making EV charging simple, smart and available to everyone."

"Nissan is looking forward to bringing the Nissan LEAF and sustainable mobility to Los Angeles," said Eric Noziere, vice president, Corporate Planning, Nissan North America. "We have seen tremendous interest through early reservations from LA consumers. These 1,000 Nissan LEAF 100% electric cars and supporting charging infrastructure will help create a successful environment for electric vehicles as we approach the December launch of the Nissan LEAF. In total, Nissan is supporting The EV Project through 5,700 vehicles, nationwide."

The mission of The EV Project is to collect and study data that will ultimately characterize how consumers actually use EVs in a wide range of climate conditions and geographies, as well as to create a model that will allow charging infrastructure to grow throughout the United States as a sustainable, stand-alone business that does not require long-term government support. Inclusion of the Volt now allows for the study of performance and use patterns for electric vehicles with extended-range capability.

"Many Volt owners will plug their Volt into a normal 120-volt electrical outlet, charge overnight and drive to work in the morning using only battery power," said Tony DiSalle, Product and Marketing Director for the Chevrolet Volt. "For Volt owners who want to install a faster 240-volt charge station, we expect The EV Project to save them a significant amount of money. In addition, The EV Project enables Volt owners to play a role in developing our collective understating of electric vehicles in the market."

ECOtality North America President and CEO Don Karner said, "We are very excited to expand our studies to include additional Nissan LEAF vehicles, to add the Chevrolet Volt, and to add the dynamic transportation environments of Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. Since The EV Project began last October, we have been busy working with regional stakeholders to plan an effective charge infrastructure deployment. We will soon be entering a new phase of The EV Project to deploy chargers in accordance with these plans."

ECOtality will present EV Project charge hardware in San Jose at Plug-In 2010, July 26 - 29th. For more information about The EV Project, please visit www.theevproject.com.  

45 Postings, 5290 Tage Gestatten RossiLeaf kommt nach Deutschland

 
  
    #125
1
23.06.10 08:39
Nissan klinkt sich bei Renault/RWE ein
Nissan ist der 2009 geschlossenen Elektroauto-Partnerschaft zwischen Renault und dem Energiekonzern RWE beigetreten. Das teilten die Unternehmen am Montag mit. Im Rahmen der Vereinbarung will der japanische Hersteller im Herbst 2011 den kompakten Stromer Leaf nach Deutschland liefern. Allianzpartner Renault hatte für die zweite Jahreshälfte 2011 bereits die E-Modelle Fluence Z.E. sowie Kangoo Rapid Z.E. angekündigt (wir berichteten).

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