PG&E Corporation (NYSE:PCG) reported the plunge of -0.87% and closed at $69.55, with the total traded volume of 2.54 million shares. During last trade its minimum price was $69.47 and it gained its highest price of $70.16 and has a total of 512.82 million outstanding shares.
September 14, 2017 — The San Francisco Giants and PG&E celebrate another “green” milestone at AT&T Park. A recent lighting project resulted in a home run of energy savings for AT&T Park and the Giants. In partnership with PG&E, the ballpark recently upgraded more than 556 traditional light bulbs to new energy efficient LED lights. The switch resulted in an energy savings of 290,466 kilowatt hours during the regular baseball season, which is the same amount of energy it takes to power 30 homes. The upgrade also resulted in a rebate of about $260,000.
With the help of PG&E, AT&T Park has become an industry leader in environmental responsibility. In 2010, AT&T Park was the first existing Major League Baseball (MLB) ballpark to achieve U.S. Green Building Council Certification for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for Existing Buildings, raising that status from silver to gold in recent years. And the sustainability efforts haven’t slowed down.
Kandi Technologies Group Inc (NASDAQ:KNDI) reported the surge of +17.24%, after closing price for the day was $5.10. Its total trading volume for the day was 1.72 million shares, versus its average volume of 185,581.00 shares. Its earnings per share are -$0.94.
Kandi Technologies Group Inc (NASDAQ:KNDI) on September 5, 2017 announced that Kandi Electric Vehicles Group Co., Ltd. (the “JV Company”) sold 3,213 units of electric vehicle (“EV”) products in August.
Mr. Hu Xiaoming, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Kandi, commented, “Our business was heavily impacted last year due to the confusion surrounding the reusable battery exchange model. We have been working diligently to resume the normal production gradually. We believe that we will regain our leading market position in the EV industry by the year end.”
LICO ENERGY METALS COM NPV (OTCMKTS:WCTXF) showing no change and closed at $0.0820, after gaining total volume of 9,500.00 shares. Its earnings per share (EPS) is -$0.07 and has total market capitalization of $8.75 million and a total of 106.68 million outstanding shares.
LICO ENERGY METALS COM NPV (OTCMKTS:WCTXF) on August 31, 2017 announced that, Mr. Greg Reimer has joined the LiCo Energy Metals Board of Directors.
Greg Reimer is the former Executive Vice-President (EVP) of BC Hydro’s Transmission & Distribution (T&D) business group, and held the EVP position from June 2010 until recently leaving BC Hydro to pursue work in the green energy field. In his senior executive capacity, Greg brings a wealth of operational experience and strong leadership from over 26 years in the public sector.
At BC Hydro, Greg was responsible for approximately 2,300 employees who plan, design, build, operate and maintain the systems and assets needed to deliver electricity safely and reliably to BC Hydro’s four million customers. In total, Greg was accountable for $580M in annual capital investments in transmission and distribution infrastructure, and $325M in annual operating and maintenance expenditures. Greg also recently led a major strategic, multi-year transformation of BC Hydro’s T&D organization that is increasing operational efficiency, improving safety performance, building a more reliable, modern electricity grid to meet growing customer expectations. BC Hydro is Canada’s third largest electric utility with over $5.7 billion in annual revenues.