OPTT - オ―シャン・パワ―・テクノロジ―ズ (Ocean Power Technologies Inc.) オ―シャン・パワ―・テクノロジ―ズ

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symbol OPTT
会社名 Ocean Power Technologies Inc (オ―シャン・パワ―・テクノロジ―ズ)
分野(sector) Public Utilities   公益事業
産業(industry) Electric Utilities: Central  
業種 公益企業_電力   公益事業(Utilities)
概要 事業概要 オーシャン・パワー・テクノロジーズ(Ocean Power Technologies Inc.)は海洋波の再生可能エネルギーを利用して発電するシステムの開発・商業化に従事する。同社の「PowerBuoy」システムは海洋波の上下振動によって生じる機械的エネルギーを電力に変換する技術を利用する。同社はモジュール式組立品と遠洋航行浮標に基づいて「PowerBuoy」製品ラインの開発を行う。自律型「PowerBuoy」は電力網から独立する遠隔地において発電事業を行う。同社は自律型パワー・アプリケーション用の「PowerBuoy」製品とサービスの開発・商業化に従事する。同社は米国及び他の国において「PowerBuoy」を販売する。自律型「PowerBuoy」はエネルギー貯蔵・管理のためにオンボード・システム及びパワー・テイク・オフを統合させる。「PowerBuoy」製品はPB3である。PB3は波からエネルギーを収集することによって再充電する無停電電源装置(UPS)としてサービスを提供する。   オ―シャン・パワ―・テクノロジ―ズは、米国の発電機メ― カ―。フロ―ト(浮体物)が上下運動して装置内部のラック・ピニオンを動かすことで発電する仕組みのブイ型の波力発電装置「Power Buoy」を製造する。主要または予備発電機として、脱塩機器、天然資源の処理設備、水素生産設備、その他の施設に必要な電力を供給することも可能。   Ocean Power Technologies, Inc. engages in commercializing proprietary systems that generate electricity predominantly by harnessing the renewable energy of ocean waves. It offers the PB3 PowerBuoy which generates electricity by harnessing the renewable energy of ocean waves. The company operates through the following geographical segments: North America; Europe; and Asia and Australia. Ocean Power Technologies was founded by George W. Taylor on April 19, 1984 and is headquartered in Monroe Township, NJ.
本社所在地 1590 Reed Road Pennington NJ 08534 USA
代表者氏名 George H III Kirby ジョージH IIIカービー
代表者役職名 President Chief Executive Officer Director 社長兼最高経営責任者(CEO)
電話番号 +1 609-730-0400
設立年月日 30773
市場名 NASDAQ Small Cap
ipoyear 2007年
従業員数 33人
url www.oceanpowertechnologies.com
nasdaq_url https://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/optt
adr_tso
EBITDA EBITDA(百万ドル) -11.97100
終値(lastsale) 0.7142
時価総額(marketcap) 13424714.5552
時価総額 時価総額(百万ドル) 9.96168
売上高 売上高(百万ドル) 0.34700
企業価値(EV) 企業価値(EV)(百万ドル) 2.30668
当期純利益 当期純利益(百万ドル) -10.73400
決算概要 決算概要 BRIEF: For the three months ended 31 July 2018 Ocean Power Technologies Inc revenues decreased 84% to $31K. Net loss increased 22% to $3.2M. Revenues reflect a decrease in demand for the Company's products and services due to unfavorable market conditions. Higher net loss reflects Selling general and administrative cost increase of 25% to $2.1M (expense) Foreign exchange gain/(loss) decrease from $62K (income) to $26K (expense).

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   Ocean Power Technologies : OPT North Sea Project Featured in ‘Offshore' Energy Transition Trends Issue | MarketScreener  2020/07/23 18:01:03 MarketScreener
Offshore magazine included a profile of OPT's recent North Sea project with Premier Oil in its June/July 2020 'Energy Transition Trends' issue. The five-page article, 'North Sea… | July 23, 2020
   Japan’s Offshore Wind Market Finally Looks Set to Launch  2020/06/15 23:45:00 Green Technology (Feed)
Japan's offshore wind market finally looks set to take off over the next few years, potentially acting as a springboard for floating wind around the world. Japan has the world's most generous incentive for offshore wind, according to the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC): a feed-in tariff worth ¥36,000 (equivalent to $335 today) per megawatt-hour of power. So far, however, that support has failed to stimulate the market. Although Japan's first offshore wind pilot projects date back to 2003, the country had just 66 megawatts of capacity in the water at the end of 2019. Several factors have held the market back. Despite the obvious appeal of offshore wind for an island nation, Japan's deep waters mean that the market will center on floating turbines, a technology still in its infancy. Until recently, seabed occupation rights were issued at the discretion of the mayor of the local prefecture. This meant they could be revoked every three or four years, following an election. “This is a huge business risk,” Yoshinori Ueda, general manager of the Japan Wind Power Association (JWPA), said in an email.
   Ocean Power regains NASDAQ compliance  2019/05/21 13:29:14 Seeking Alpha
   Beazer Homes USA leads industrial gainers; Ocean Power Technologies and LightPath Technologies among losers  2019/05/20 17:03:11 Seeking Alpha
   Quest Resource and Limbach among industrial gainers; Ocean Power Technologies and A. O. Smith among losers  2019/05/16 17:01:23 Seeking Alpha
   Japan’s Offshore Wind Market Finally Looks Set to Launch  2020/06/15 23:45:00 Green Technology (Feed)
Japan's offshore wind market finally looks set to take off over the next few years, potentially acting as a springboard for floating wind around the world. Japan has the world's most generous incentive for offshore wind, according to the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC): a feed-in tariff worth ¥36,000 (equivalent to $335 today) per megawatt-hour of power. So far, however, that support has failed to stimulate the market. Although Japan's first offshore wind pilot projects date back to 2003, the country had just 66 megawatts of capacity in the water at the end of 2019. Several factors have held the market back. Despite the obvious appeal of offshore wind for an island nation, Japan's deep waters mean that the market will center on floating turbines, a technology still in its infancy. Until recently, seabed occupation rights were issued at the discretion of the mayor of the local prefecture. This meant they could be revoked every three or four years, following an election. “This is a huge business risk,” Yoshinori Ueda, general manager of the Japan Wind Power Association (JWPA), said in an email.
   Ocean Power regains NASDAQ compliance  2019/05/21 13:29:14 Seeking Alpha
   Beazer Homes USA leads industrial gainers; Ocean Power Technologies and LightPath Technologies among losers  2019/05/20 17:03:11 Seeking Alpha
   Quest Resource and Limbach among industrial gainers; Ocean Power Technologies and A. O. Smith among losers  2019/05/16 17:01:23 Seeking Alpha
   AeroVironment leads industrial gainers; Fuel Tech tops the losers  2019/05/14 17:01:00 Seeking Alpha
   Japan’s Offshore Wind Market Finally Looks Set to Launch  2020/06/15 23:45:00 Green Technology (Feed)
Japan's offshore wind market finally looks set to take off over the next few years, potentially acting as a springboard for floating wind around the world. Japan has the world's most generous incentive for offshore wind, according to the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC): a feed-in tariff worth ¥36,000 (equivalent to $335 today) per megawatt-hour of power. So far, however, that support has failed to stimulate the market. Although Japan's first offshore wind pilot projects date back to 2003, the country had just 66 megawatts of capacity in the water at the end of 2019. Several factors have held the market back. Despite the obvious appeal of offshore wind for an island nation, Japan's deep waters mean that the market will center on floating turbines, a technology still in its infancy. Until recently, seabed occupation rights were issued at the discretion of the mayor of the local prefecture. This meant they could be revoked every three or four years, following an election. “This is a huge business risk,” Yoshinori Ueda, general manager of the Japan Wind Power Association (JWPA), said in an email.
   Ocean Power regains NASDAQ compliance  2019/05/21 13:29:14 Seeking Alpha
   Beazer Homes USA leads industrial gainers; Ocean Power Technologies and LightPath Technologies among losers  2019/05/20 17:03:11 Seeking Alpha
   Quest Resource and Limbach among industrial gainers; Ocean Power Technologies and A. O. Smith among losers  2019/05/16 17:01:23 Seeking Alpha
   AeroVironment leads industrial gainers; Fuel Tech tops the losers  2019/05/14 17:01:00 Seeking Alpha

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