In a recent Goldman Small Cap Research article (dtg.fm/v3jQ), New York based ForceField Energy, a clean energy technologies company, was highlighted as being unique in its field for its innovative technologies and "clever" approach to the clean energy marketplace, both supporting an unusually profitable outlook in the coming months and years. The company is seen as extremely well-positioned in the fast-growing LED (light emitting diode) lighting replacement market as well as in the almost unlimited high-temperature waste energy capture market, the two areas of company focus.
The article points out that ForceField, the exclusive distributor in the America's of a major global LED manufacturer, has set up a smart financing and payback program that makes purchasing their LED products a virtual "no brainer" for its customers, some of which are Fortune 500 companies. The global LED lighting replacement market, according to the article, is estimated to represent a trillion dollar opportunity. Switching out lighting to LEDs has a well-known short payback, making it an easy sell if done right. The article shows how ForceField's financing approach minimizes up-front costs, allowing customers to easily transition to energy efficient lighting that will continue to pay benefits for many years. In particular, the article mentions ForceField's recent Letter of Intent with a utility company that could generate more than $20 million in revenue over the next decade.
The article also lauds ForceField for its proprietary and innovative refrigerant system that allows the capture of waste heat at temperatures in excess of 500 degrees Fahrenheit, representing the lion's share of industrial waste heat, something that ForceField's competitors cannot do. It indicates that the value of waste heat in the U.S. alone comes to $75 billion. It's a technology that represents another big money saver for industry, and ForceField has been busily lining up deals.
Finally, the article indicates the importance of ForceField's recent uplisting to NASDAQ, opening up major new investment exposure.
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