With a booming global clean energy market, financial companies and analysts are racing to stay on top of the numbers and mapping out trends. 2010 was a record year for new clean energy investment, as it reached $243 billion. Yet a penny stock called Global Clean Energy, Inc. (GCEI.PK) has received little or no attention from the investor community. That is about to change.
Global Clean Energy, Inc.’s mission is to become one of the world’s premier suppliers of mid-sized waste-to-energy conversion solutions capable of Reforming Environmental Salvage into Clean Useable Energy, through the use of its proprietary R.E.S.C.U.E™ systems.
Monday, November 28th, as the markets in the US surged on positive weekend shopping indications, NYSE Euronext, announced a new partnership with researcher Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) to create three new regionally-focused clean energy stock indices. These newly created indices will track a collection of 125-325 renewable energy companies in three regions. The three NYSE-BNEF regional indices will be known officially as NYSE-BNEF Asia Oceania Clean Energy Index (NBASCEUP); NYSE-BNEF Europe, Middle East and Africa Clean Energy Index (NBEACEUP); and NYSE-BNEF Americas Clean Energy Index (NBAMCEUP).
It is unclear if 2012 will record such growth with the recent bankruptcies in the U.S and ensuing nationwide skepticism surrounding government-backed clean energy projects. One company who is not dependent on such funding is true penny stock; GCEI.PK. With the creation of these the three new indices, an intriguing light is now cast on the evolution of the global clean energy sector. GCEI, a biomass, waste-to-energy and biofuels company, could start to see some real interest from investors other than those who play the penny stocks.
GCE’s primary business is developing build-own-operate projects. These projects are primarily located at industrial and municipal sites having low-cost sources of feedstock and needing process heat and/or power. GCE’s clean energy projects and technology development feature innovative steam reforming and gasification technologies that can convert most types of carbonaceous materials into synthesis gas that can be used either directly to fire boilers, further upgraded to pipeline quality gas, or converted into electricity or liquid fuels such as ethanol, methanol or diesel.
A simple example of this technology can generate revenues very quickly is the recent announcement that NRG Energy (NRG) and First Solar plan to build a solar project in California that would generate enough energy to meet the annual demands of 25,000 homes. First Solar would provide NRG Energy with engineering and construction services on a 66 megawatt solar power project in Lancaster, Calif., northeast of Los Angeles. Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PCG) will purchase the electricity under a 20-year agreement when the solar project enters service in late 2012.
GCEI’s technology allows for potential feedstock ranges from poor quality coal, coal slurry, and municipal solid waste, to a variety of woody biomass and agricultural and industrial wastes. The company also teams with local partners and experts to combine our steam reformation and gasification technologies with other complementary processes (biodiesel, anaerobic digestion, algae production) in integrated renewable energy parks. So why is it that not many people know of GCEI.PK? With a share price that of a true penny stock of $0.005 as of Wednesday, November 30th, look for a spike forthcoming in this newly publicized sector of the global market.
The company shares have traded as high as $0.07 back on May 11, 2011. The stock price has reached $0.07 not once, but four times in the past 52 weeks. 5 million shares traded hands yesterday which could indicate a possible move in the markets.
The Company is a fully reporting, publicly trading, company on the NASDAQ Over-The-Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB) formed as a result of their Founders’, Directors’ and Management’s experience in both the energy and financial markets over the last three decades. GCE’s priority is focused on developing projects in locations where high energy prices match with high waste disposal fees. This allows GCE to partially insulate itself from the potentially wide swings in global fossil fuels prices that are more than likely to present themselves in the coming years and decades.
GCE is run by none other than Dr. Earl Azimov. Dr. Azimov brings 20 years of private equity experience, focusing on seed capital investments in startup companies. The 47 Year Old President, Chief Executive Officer and Director served as Director since August 2006, Chairman from August 2006 to April 30, 2009. Dr. Azimov is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Miazzi Ventures Inc., a merchant bank that he co-founded that has assumed leadership roles in early stage companies since 1996, including Mamma.com. Mamma.com was sold in 1999 for an eight-figure valuation. From 2003 through early 2007, Dr. Azimov was the co-founder and Director of Business Development for GospelCity.Com, Inc. GospelCity.com is still a world leader of on-line faith-based gospel entertainment and holy hip-hop. From 1992 through 1995, Dr. Azimov was the President of Zellers Optical Centers which he co-founded and employed over 70 optometrists and 200 support personnel. Zellers Optical Centers was later sold to National Vision Associates of Atlanta, who operate the Wal-Mart Vision Centers.
With concerns about global supply disruptions, coupled with the desire for energy independence, GCE’s biomass energy extraction technology further enhances opportunities for alternatives that are primarily based on local feedstock and demand. GCE provides their clients whom are wishing to better utilize local feedstock sources an opportunity to reduce dependence on world-wide energy markets. GCE finances, develops, and operates projects using its financial sources and relationships with engineering, procurement, construction contractors and other specialists. GCE eliminates the need for its clients to perform these functions and allows them to concentrate on their core business activities simply by developing and operating on-site energy facilities.
By selecting the most appropriate technology for each specific application, GCE ensures cost-effective waste management and energy solutions for its clients. A perfect example of this is UK Coal, PLC (UKC). UKC has established its own power generation business, which utilizes waste gas from mines to generate electricity, and it is actively pursuing the development of alternative power generation opportunities, including wind farms. UKC is Britain’s biggest producer of coal, supplying around 7% of the country’s energy needs for electricity generation.
Clearly, the time for clean energy is now and fortunately, with today’s advanced technology the applications and business opportunities are endless. With the Goldman Sachs Sixth Annual Global Clean Energy and Power Conference in New York, NY coming on Thursday, December 8, 2011, I would expect to soon start seeing some very active trading in GCEI.PK. The current price of the stock will surely have moved.
GCEI.PK is a Penny Stock worth watching as their aggressive moves could pay off for them very quickly which is great news for investors.
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