An exciting alternative energy company with great potential, I believe you should take a look at GESI - Green Energy Solution Industries.
The company has a plan to build a plant to convert 200" tons of rail ties (feedstock) per day using gasification. GESI has formed an agreement with Canadian Pacific (CP) to obtain this feedstock at no cost. Also, the company just finalized an equity funding agreement for $45 million: GESI Completes Escrow Milestone for Plant Funding by Private Escrow Capital Raise
"Green Energy Solution Industries, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: GESI) announced today the Company has received the formal irrevocable
funding commitment from the lender of the financing for its renewable energy plant in Alberta, Canada." http://ih.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=53848124
I feel that this equity funding deal is an attractive detail for investors because it means that funding will not depend on dilution.
"Through the partnership with InREFCo, GESI announced that they have entered into an agreement for the source and source of funding of the plant which will be an equity percentage funding of the project. The funding will not in any way depend upon shares of the public company. MacKay stated that the terms of ownership would be heavily in favor of a majority ownership by GESI for the project.
Soon we will learn the amount of the first draw and timeline for the plant buildout. A conservative estimate for the amount of the first draw will be approx $10-$15 million. This could easily put a valuation for GESI in the $0.05-$0.10 range, based on the updated share structure.
Market Value1 $2,887,595 a/o Aug 17, 2012 Shares Outstanding 192,506,353
a/o Jun 30, 2012 Float 96,652,498
a/o Jun 30, 2012
Authorized Shares 490,000,000 a/o Mar 31, 2012 http://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/GESI/company-info
I'd imagine that there will be 3 to 4 draws in the $10-$15 million range to complete the plant construction. Once the plant is complete, the company will be fully operational and will begin earning revenue. With the completeion of the plant ($45 million) coupled with revenue, it's exciting to see the potential valuation of GESI.