NFEC is an energy saving company. In short, NF Energy designs and manufactures gigantic valves that make things flow more efficiently, and thereby save power. NF Energy valves are used in all kinds of power generation plants- coal fired, hydro, nuclear, and wind. This valve was manufactured for the Guodian Zhejiang Beilun Power Plant for water recovery condenser system.
Water infrastructure plays are a huge area of focus for investors- not just in China, but world wide. China is implementing a "South to North" water conversion project that is probably the largest ever undertaken globally. The project will bring water from China's largest river- the Yangtze, to three rivers in the north; the Yellow,Huai and Hai, whose basins are running dry. This project was conceived when Chairman Mao was still running the show.
When you think of NF Energy, think of energy savings. 95% of China's industrial boilers are coal fired. In general, NF Energy is about 60% efficient, vs 90% efficient world wide. NFEC can retrofit coal burning plants to make them much more efficient and help them approach the 90% international average. In summary, NF Energy makes commodity type stuff move around more efficiently. To paraphrase Uber hedge fund manager Doug Kass, if you drop it on your foot, it hurts, and makes money, buy it.
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Mon, Sep 6, 2010 @ 10:09 am
The Beginning of the End: News Out Of China I have been convinced for some time US investors have a unique window of opportunity to invest in China based businesses with a great deal of ease. The Beginning of the End of this unique opportunity was announced in China this past week, and it's worth noting...
Mon, Aug 16, 2010 @ 12:08 pm
When is eNuF eNuF Yes, the sound you hear is me tearing my hair out. Why can't you hear anything? First of all, you are reading this, so there's no sound. Secondly, even if you were sitting in my office, you wouldn't hear me tearing my hair out as I have no hair left- one of the benefits of advancing...
Sat, Jul 31, 2010 @ 08:07 am
The Language of the Market The market is starting to line up just as I suspected it would, and in order to understand the subtleties of the market, you need to understand the semantics of the market as well. The market has its own code language, and the sooner you understand the hidden meanings, the...
Fri, May 28, 2010 @ 09:05 am
Well, May has turned out to be an atrocious month for the bulls in the markets. All the major indexes were down about 8%- the worst May since 1962. The 2010 gains have been given back, and then some. The headline risk remains massive everyday between the European "Austerity" programs and the free fall...
Tue, May 18, 2010 @ 10:05 am
A Busy Day- Comments on a Bunch of Stuff Frankly, it's a bit annoying. I wish these smaller companies could get their quarterly numbers out over a few week period in time, instead of all in one or two days at the absolute deadline. I just can't get quality commentary out fast enough for investors to...
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