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Shareholders Cry Foul as UQM Agrees to Buyout

UQM Technologies (UQM:  NYSE) has agreed to be acquired by Danfoss Power Solutions for $1.71 per share in cash, providing a deal value near $100 million.  UQM leadership expects timely review by government authorities and has recommended approval of the deal by shareholders.  A date has not been set for the required shareholder vote.  Assuming all goes according to schedule, a deal closing is possible sometime in the second quarter 2019. Electric propulsion and generation technologies are at the core of UQM’s solutions for manufacturing, transportation and power industries.  The substitution of electric motors for combustion engines has been driving demand for the UQM’s products.  Market opportunities have abounded...
efficient vehicles, electric vehicles

List of Efficient Vehicle Stocks

Efficient vehicle stocks are publicly traded companies that produce technologies allow cars, trucks, aircraft and ships to travel the same distance and carry the same loads using less fuel.  Includes electric and hybrid electric vehicles, as well as other improvements that reduce fuel use.  Similar to Alternative Transportation stocks, which reduce overall fuel use by shifting passengers or freight to more efficient types of vehicles. AeroVironment, Inc. (AVAV) BorgWarner (BWA) Blink Charging Co. (BLNK) BYD Company, Ltd. (BYDDY) CDTI Advanced Materials, Inc. (CDTI) CPS Technologies Corp. (CPSH) Enova Systems, Inc. (ENVS) EEStor Corporation (ZNNMF) Elio Motors, Inc. (ELIO) Evolve Funds Automobile Innovation Index ETF (CARS.TO) Envision Solar International (EVSI) Gentherm, Inc....

The Best Peak Oil Investments, Part X: Improving Vehicle Efficiency

Tom Konrad CFA The easiest way to reduce fossil fuels is to increase vehicle efficiency.  Government mandates already in place will ensure that such improvements occur.  Some stocks may benefit from the trend, but choose carefully. Dr. Daniel Sperling knows about as much as anyone about what policymakers can do to reduce the use of oil.  He is the Director of the Institute of Transport studies as the University of California Davis, and a long time member of the California Air Resources Board (CARB), so he understands transportation from both the academic and policy perspectives.  He also...

Getting Fired-up On Cleaner Internal Combustion Technologies

Although the writing has been on the wall for some time now regarding Obama's willingness to move aggressively on the environment file, few expected his first substantive move to have to do with vehicle fuel economy. On Monday, the President requested that the EPA reassess its earlier decision (taken when the Bush administration was still in power) to deny California the right to set and enforce its own fuel economy and car emissions standards above and beyond those set at the federal level. Not only are California's standards much tougher than the current federal ones (the state is...