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:eek::eek::eek:Aus dem letzten Monatsbericht vom 10. Januar 2007:eek::eek::eek:


http://www.conectisys.com/Investor_Relations/Monthly_Reports…


FROM THE DESK OF ROD LIGHTHIPE

Happy New Year and from all of us at ConectiSys, we hope all of our shareholders enjoyed the holiday season with your family and friends.

The Company is beginning 2007 with a great sense of optimism. After exploring many opportunities to diversify Company operations and assets during 2006, we successfully completed a strategic relationship in late November with Trimark Associates of Folsom, California. Trimark is a certified Meter Service Provider (MSP) and Meter Data Management Agent (MDMA) in California and various other States.

The Company’s relationship with Trimark completes a long term CNES goal and will enable us to provide a comprehensive all-in-one service to future customers including electric meter technology, installation, service, data management and customer billing. We are now a “one stop shop.”

That being said …Trimark also provides CNES a base of existing customers to which we can market out metering technology and engineering capabilities. This marketing relationship has already borne fruit. At this time, I can tell our shareholders that we are in final negotiations with a major commercial customer in California to install our wireless communications technology to read electric meters. We should be announcing this contract in the near future.

It is my sincere belief that this pending announcement will be followed by additional milestone events in 2007 as the entire CNES management team strives to increase shareholder value.



THIS MONTHS ARTICLE:

ADVANCED METERING PENETRATION AND THE REGULATORY CHALLENGES
By Jonathan Spencer Jones

Demand response has an important role to play in both the wholesale and retail electricity market in the US – but advanced meeting and the other technologies needed to support significant demand response deployment as yet have little market penetration.


These are among the main conclusions of the Federal Energy regulatory Commission’s (FERC) Staff Report “Assessment of Demand Response and Advanced Metering”, prepared as a requirement of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct 2005) (EPAct 2005) to review these and other demand response issues following the enactment of the Act.

“The fact that we were specifically asked by congress to review advanced metering is recognition of its importance in demand response”, says FERC economist David Kathan, who led the team that prepared the report. “And we also aimed to provide information that would be useful for discussions at the state level on advanced metering.

For the purpose of the study demand response was defined as: “Changes in electric usage by end-use customers from their normal consumption patterns in response to changes in the price of electricity over time, or use at time or incentive payments designed to induce lower electricity use at times of high wholesale market prices or when system reliability is jeopardized.”

This then allows demand response to be categorized into tow groups - incentive-based demand response., including direct load control, interruptible/curtailable rates, demand bidding/buyback programmes, emergency demand response programmes, capacity market programmes and ancillary services market programmes; and time-based rates, including time-of-use rates, critical peak pricing, and real time pricing.

“The study found that the penetration of AMI is 5.9% across the US…”

The study, which was based on a survey of 3,365 organizations across the US representing all aspect of its electricity industry, found that demand response is so fare not widespread, with only about 200 entities offering programmes to only 5% of the customer base. The most common programmes are direct load control, interruptible/curtailable programmes, and time-of-use rates.

These existing programmes provide a total potential demand response resource contribution estimated at about 37,500 MW, with the largest contributions in most regions from the wholesale and industrial sectors. This corresponds to a potential (relative to summer peak demand) between 3% to 7% in most regions, except in the Midwest (the North American Electric Reliability Councils Midwest Reliability Organization region) where it is up to 20%.

ADVANCED METERING PENETRATION

The study found that the penetration of advanced meting infrastructure (AMI) is 5.9% across the US, ranging from zero deployment to 11 states to the highest of almost 53% in Pennsylvania, somewhat less than earlier estimates that had put the penetration at closer to 10%.

“In context advanced meting is a system that records consumption at least hourly and retrieve these reads at least daily,” says Kathan.

However, when the figures are broken down they reveal some interesting facts. First there are regional variations, with the greatest penetration, 14% and above, in the NERC’s Reliability First Corporations and Southwest Power Pool regions (the Mid-Atlantic and portions of the Midwest and the Midsouth respectively).

All the other regions have lower than average penetration, as low as 1% in the Western Electricity Coordinating Council region.

By: Marsha Lee Casspi, Marketing Director












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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 26.910.019 von Trader007007 am 14.01.07 14:45:40das wäre doch mal ein guter Anfang im Neuen Jahr!
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The Company is beginning 2007 with a great sense of optimism.

It is my sincere belief that this pending announcement will be followed by additional milestone events in 2007 as the entire CNES management team strives to increase shareholder value.


We should be announcing this contract in the near future.
Ten-bagger
Ten-baggers are stocks that achieve a ten-fold gain (1000%) very quickly.
die aussichten die in der letzten news klar geschildert wurden sind ja bombastisch was sich dann klar auf den kurs hammermäßig auswirken wird;)

der abschluß wäre für cnes ja das highlight der letzten 10 jahre:)
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 26.914.102 von Datteljongleur am 14.01.07 17:09:47VefB-mässig halt:p
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 26.967.529 von fritzchenI am 16.01.07 21:47:43...kann man eigentlich seine Beiträge aus einem anderen Thread zu CNES kopieren und hier einfügen ?! :laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:
....denn so langsam müßte es auch dem letzten V.......... doch nach dem heutigen Handelsverlauf klar sein, was im Moment hier läuft, oder ?!?!?!?!
Ich könnte mich totlachen über die Amis, die jetzt schon das 5. Mal darauf reinfallen und Ihre US-$$ für CNES Aktien für einen Kaufkurs von 0,0003 US-Cent ins BID stellen :laugh::laugh::laugh: und wie von Zauberhand mit zig Paketen zu 9.000.000 Stk. bedient werden :laugh::laugh::laugh: ...aber es sah zu Handelsbeginn tatsächlich wieder mal so aus, als könnte man die 0,0005 US-Cent auf der ASK-Seite zu sehen bekommen...aber leider wieder mal nur fast :laugh::laugh::laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 26.968.922 von RealBild am 16.01.07 22:49:10...ach ja - hatte ich auch hier noch ganz vergessen zu erwähnen: Vielleicht haben wir ja auch das große Glück und CNES bekommt eine gute fundamental begründete Empfehlung eines Aktienexperten....sagen wir mal z.B. vom Ober-Bayrischen-Börsenbrief :laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 26.994.469 von Trader007007 am 17.01.07 22:32:20der neue Aufschwung ist wohl noch nicht so ganz gelungen:cry:
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.010.939 von Mauer50 am 18.01.07 15:00:39Wieviele Idioten haben es nötig, sich über andere lustig zu machen? Du bist ja echt ein Held! Dir geht doch bestimmt einer ab, wenn du deine Scheiße hier rein postest! Du bist echt ne ganz große Lachnummer! Eigentlich tust du mir fast schon wieder Leid!:laugh::laugh::laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.010.939 von Mauer50 am 18.01.07 15:00:39und Du Intelligenzbolzen bringst es wohl fertig in Deutschland billiger einzukaufen :D
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.013.136 von Marco151083 am 18.01.07 16:12:16volle Zustimmung

einfach nicht beachten und reagieren dann kriegt er keinen
steifen und verdrückt sich von selbst ;):laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.013.136 von Marco151083 am 18.01.07 16:12:16.
:D ..... das ist einer der macht mit einer kaputten glühbirne ne dunkelkammer ..... :cool:
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http://www.conectisys.com/Investor_Relations/Monthly_Reports…


FROM THE DESK OF ROD LIGHTHIPE

Happy New Year and from all of us at ConectiSys, we hope all of our shareholders enjoyed the holiday season with your family and friends.

The Company is beginning 2007 with a great sense of optimism. After exploring many opportunities to diversify Company operations and assets during 2006, we successfully completed a strategic relationship in late November with Trimark Associates of Folsom, California. Trimark is a certified Meter Service Provider (MSP) and Meter Data Management Agent (MDMA) in California and various other States.

The Company’s relationship with Trimark completes a long term CNES goal and will enable us to provide a comprehensive all-in-one service to future customers including electric meter technology, installation, service, data management and customer billing. We are now a “one stop shop.”

That being said …Trimark also provides CNES a base of existing customers to which we can market out metering technology and engineering capabilities. This marketing relationship has already borne fruit. At this time, I can tell our shareholders that we are in final negotiations with a major commercial customer in California to install our wireless communications technology to read electric meters. We should be announcing this contract in the near future.

It is my sincere belief that this pending announcement will be followed by additional milestone events in 2007 as the entire CNES management team strives to increase shareholder value.
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Posted by: Z_MAN
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Date:1/22/2007 6:24:49 AM
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FYI. Here is some information I put together after I attended a conference on the subject in 2005. Most of this still applies. CNES has the technology, I have looked at it and held it. They now have the final portion (with Trimark) which is the software plug in for viewing and billing etc. Let's just hope they can land a contract. Management has come close in the past, but hosed it up in the end. For some reason Management just didn't like the deal.


My DD on Conectisys in 2005,

The enclosed summary of information was derived from my attendance of the Marcus Evans Conference in January 2005 and the research I have done on the industry and Conectisys. I created this summary to help current and potential investors get a better understanding of the industry and Conectisys. Please do your own Due Diligence (DD) before you invest and understand this is still a high risk investment imo. However, the potential rewards are worth it to me and that is why I have invested in the Company.

Based on presentations I have reviewed at the conference, this is a summary of the main reasons for implementing Advanced Automated meter Reading (15 minute to daily intervals). This is assuming two-way AMR is used:

Top 3 reasons given by the Utilities

1. Outage management (storm response etc.).
a. Customer service and Satisfaction. You can know exactly how many customers are out, know before the customer calls, improve decision making, better communication to customer, and better estimate for restoration of customer power.
b. Outage Analysis Application. This can be mapped to GIS (graphical) interfaces etc.
c. Operation Impact. Analyze the extent of the outages, better decisions, deploy crew more effectively, track restoration efforts, reduce outage duration, and improve system protection.
d. Restoration and verification. This can be done at a network or meter level and used to manage crews and confirm call in (on demand reads).
2. System Reliability (more reliable)
3. Remote connect/disconnects (for those that do not pay the bill)

Top 3 by Given by the Regulators

1. Detailed energy usage for customers
2. Lower customer bill
3. Supporting new rates

Major Operational Savings (not a complete list)

1. Meter reading resource reduction including wages, auto, maintenance, fuel, insurance etc.
2. Revenue recovery (Tamper/Theft). i.e. can tell when it is tampered with immediately.
3. Revenue recovery (system losses)
4. Connect/Disconnect service trips eliminated
5. Avoided meter reprogramming trips

Smaller Operational Savings (not the complete list)

1. Meter Reading hardware/software/billing cost reduction
2. Reduced re-read cost and mailings etc.
3. Reduced billing adjustments
4. Reduced meter reading complaints, example meter man peeked through my window and saw me naked! That pervert!
5. Service Restoration Prediction Improvement
6. Load Forecasting
7. Transformer Load Management. This includes growing demand on transformers, planning, upgrades, downsizing, and correct sizing studies.

Other Miscellaneous Reasons (not a complete list)

1. Billing Cycle services improved.
2. Improvement in cash flow for billing
3. Elimination of estimated bills
4. Reduction in non-billable consumption
5. Reduction in Uncollectible Write-offs
6. Reduction in Energy Theft (mostly colleges)
7. Reduction in high bill complaints
8. Reduction in call center operations calls
9. Reduction in service visits for customer problems
10. Vacancy Monitoring
11. Ability to move read dates
12. Off Cycle reads on demand
13. Elimination of Special Reads (move in and move outs)
14. Reduction in employee injuries
15. Accelerate replacement of old meter (not need to maintain old meters)
16. Improve metering accuracy
17. Better buying rates since you can forecast more accurately
18. System switching profiles

I met Brian Pollem, President of the Automated Meter Reading Association (AMRA) at the conference. He had attended a conference earlier that month (January 2005). I found some very good internet links to the early January conference presentations. The Marcus Evans sessions are not online, but these are by clicking on presentations after you go to this link:

http://www.puc.state.or.us/elecnat/010605_metering_workshop.…

If you want to look at all of them it is quicker to download the documents. All documents are about 13 meg. If you simply want to browse a couple of them, here is a summary of things I thought were interesting and it also helps validate what I learned at the conference. Note that the Marcus Evans sessions and these are not the same sessions (or at least most of them).

Here is Brians presentation. He was at Puget Sound and helped implement Cellnets wireless AMR at Puget. He recently left Puget to work for a startup AMR company named Integride. Why did he leave? IMO, He saw the potential for wireless AMR and went to a company that is in now development mode of wireless AMR. Brian is a very good Conectisys POC IMO and yes they know each other now:

http://www.puc.state.or.us/elecnat/010605/pollom.pdf

Look at Mr. Kings Presentation on page 14 for an idea of some automated metering installations. Note, wireless is mostly used for recent installations. Also be aware that when you see the word automated it still is being used as a term in utility industry for any non-fully manual meter reading such as drive reads via radio frequency (RF) etc. An example of this is on page 4. Remember, CNES is state of the art instant two way and no drive by.

http://www.puc.state.or.us/elecnat/010605/king.pdf

The above presentation is from Co-chairman of the DRAM collation. This site has good information pertaining to demand response regulatory information. Clink on the links at the top of the page to get to the other areas of the site:

http://www.dramcoalition.org/regulatory.htm

Note the CA statewide project for pricing/planning. Remember, CA is still gearing up for full AMR. I think it needs to be mentioned at this point, Conectisys states they intend to start marketing by specifically going after the CA market. Do a search on California if you missed it in the SEC filings. Utility rumors (and only rumors) are that decisions are to be made in spring 2005 by the CA governor due to problems in the past. This is what I was told by utility CA attendees at the conference. Some did not agree with it, but they thought it was going to be shoved down there throats. Note: Utilities are very cautious since others have gotten burnt in the past by bad technology or poor management. It also requires a huge change in the Information Technology(IT) systems they use. However, imo CA is VERY political and I would not take anything for granted. Remember, the federal government it holding the states responsible for AMR implementation. Some states are doing it while others are waiting and listening. Imo, what starts on the West coast moves east (hopefully!). Here is the letter from 2004 that initiated a change in CA; thus, the current review of AMR usage:

http://www.governor.ca.gov/state/govsite/gov_htmldisplay.jsp…

This next link shows the different types of AMR. Note: Advanced AMR is either daily or 15 minute reads which is what Conectisys has developed(15 minute):

http://www.dramcoalition.org/metering_table.htm

Last page on the left at the bottom:

http://www.dramcoalition.org/id53.htm

If they do mandate it, Page 5 has a cool map of the regions they are studying:

http://www.puc.state.or.us/elecnat/010605/george.pdf

This is just some of the behind the scenes discussions that are being held that can impact our investment. Take a good look at these presentations and look at DRAM. Demand response is one of the highest priority reasons to implement advanced AMR or AMI.


Type of AMR’s that could compete with CNES:

Power Line Carrier (PLC) - Not really good for 15 minute reads, but can be used daily or monthly. The problem is getting volumes of data past the transformer. Small amounts are ok, but large amounts require transformer modification. My DD has found they do not want to change the transformer. US = 3 end points to 1 transformer, Europe = 200-300 end points to 1 transformer. Think about it, that is why PLC internet broadband is not available nationally in the US.

Cell/Tower/Dialup - Too expensive and requires towers. This is used for very large customers since the payback offsets the large AMR cost. This is not a good overall solution according to the POS’s I met.

CNES started development with PLC and then went to Cell Towers. They found issues with both and they were expensive. They then started on Wireless development. Since then some wireless companies have come out. The questions to be determined in the future: a.) does Conectisys have a technology edge against the current wireless AMR companies? If they do not, can they break in or will they be bought out? B.) Can they compete against the current strong holds like ITRON that have a foot in the door even using other technology? Utilities are very tight when it comes to changing their infrastructure. These questions and how they are answered are the key to Conectisys future imo.

Wireless AMR – IMO the main wireless competitor that is similar to Conectisys is Cellnet. To the best of my knowledge Cellnet only updates 15 minute data into IT systems daily according to the conference I went to in January.

Conectisys Competitors (From Conectisys 10K):

We perceive the following companies as being the principal competition to our AMR solution in the form of our H-Net(TM) system:

Itron Inc.
Itron provides and has installed AMR systems worldwide. Itron provides "drive-by" automated meter reading equipment.

CellNet Data Systems
CellNet provides fixed-network wireless AMR systems and has installed systems in Kansas City, Minneapolis, San Francisco, Indianapolis, and
through Puget Sound Power. CellNet has technology alliances with the major energy meter manufacturers and was recently acquired by Schlumberger.

Schlumberger Ltd.
Schlumberger's Resource Management Systems Division has deployed meter reading systems that include hand-held meter reading devices. Schlumberger recently acquired CellNet and Metricom.

Hunt Technologies, Inc.
Hunt provides power line carrier AMR systems with capabilities including substation switching. The market niche for Hunt's AMR systems is rural electric cooperatives.

Do a search on AMR wireless and you will get some other hits.

CNES has stated they have developed a proprietary protocol for their wireless system, HNET5. I have been unable to determine if it has an advantages to any of it’s competition. I have been told by Conectisys that HNET5 does not use MESH technology. They state they have investigated MESH technology and it is not a good fit for AMR. They claim their technology is better than MESH technology. That is the extent of what I have been able to learn about the internal wireless technology of the product. I am still working on that DD, but they are keeping the Company proprietary information very secret or they just are not telling me. I have asked several times and have not received an answer.

IMO, the down side to this Company is that they have issued Convertible Debentures to keep them afloat. While the OS is lower than some of the other OTC companies, it still is a concern. Please do your DD on this if you are considering investing in this company. This is still a high risk investment as far as I am concerned.

CNES – After years of development they could be in the right place at the right time. Only time will tell. They will have to compete against companies that currently have their foot in the door at utilities with similar or older technology. While it will be tough to break into the market, if they do I believe Conectisys Investors will be heavily rewarded. That is JUST MY OPINION.

I hope you enjoy the information. Any comments are appreciated especially comments to correct any mistakes.

z
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.109.368 von Trader007007 am 22.01.07 13:50:27endlich mal wieder eine Aussage!
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25-Jan-2007

Entry into a Material Definitive Agreement



Item 1.01. Entry Into a Material Definitive Agreement.
On January 17, 2007, ConectiSys Corporation (the "Company") and Trimark Associates Inc. ("Trimark") executed an Independent Contractor Agreement (the "Agreement") for the Company to provide installation of its H-Net(TM)technology for a key irrigation district cooperative in Northern California. The Company is to provide the services described in individual task orders at compensation rates also set forth therein. The Agreement provides customary confidentiality, nondisclosure and non- use obligations with respect to confidential information obtained by the Company. The Agreement also provides for customary assignments in favor of Trimark of inventions and other intellectual property developed by the Company for the purpose of performing its services under the Agreement, subject to customary exclusions, including pre-existing intellectual property developed by the Company, which is to remain the sole property of the Company. The Company is required under the Agreement to maintain workers' compensation insurance. The Company is also required to maintain employer's liability, commercial general liability and automobile liability insurance, each in the minimum amount of $1,000,000 ;). The Agreement is to continue until the services described in the various task orders are completed. The Agreement may, however, be terminated in advance by either party at any time and for any reason with 15- days' prior written notice.
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das hab ich im RB board gestern gefunden sehr interessant und läst hoffen. Have a nice weekend guys und girls.


CNES)charter70123, you could be right..!! I talked to their IR guy yesterday, and he told me they were close to having a contract completed, and I asked how close as in 6 mths to a year..(??)

I couldn\'t pin him down to any kind of projected date because he said he couldn\'t put that out yet, but he did say; we are very close.. FWIW

I also asked about how they were going to handle this 50 billion A/S, and his reply was once they start getting revenue coming in they would be able to get out of the position they are in at present, and start paying back something about CD\'s and bills, and then that would put them in a position to start a share buy back program which would increase the shareholders value by raising the PPS..

Also I asked him if they were considering doing a reverse split, just for my own curiosity, to bring the PPS up, and he said they weren\'t going to do that period..!! Sounds good to me..!!

He also said most of their pilot programs were done, and this company was getting a lot of attention because their cost was only 1/4 of what other companies charge which would put money back into companies that used their meters..

Overall he seemed to be very upbeat, and felt they would be doing business very soon, and that revenue was the name of the game..!! Lächeln

All the above is to the best of my memory, and I could have said some things a little different than he did, and their could be some things I just didn\'t remember to add to this post so just take this as a general direction in the way this company is unfolding.. Have a Great Day, and maybe we will all see some green shortly..!!

GLTA,

Jab

P.S. Just one more thing before I go.. If I remember correctly he also said something about other projects/marketing plans they were looking into while this contract was being completed..!! I hope this helps those that were just a little worried about their investments here with this company..!! JJ


(Voluntary Disclosure: Position- Long; ST Rating- Strong Buy; LT Rating- Strong Buy)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.220.307 von ditano am 27.01.07 14:07:29sollte es doch endlich losgehen???
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27 Jan 2007, 01:46 PM EST
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From the SB-2/A 25 Jan 07

Maybe some jumped the gun a bit here assuming a contract was actually extant. The paragraph below indicates to me that there is indeed imminent a "contract" ref the "key irrigation district". It's not yet set in stone but does seem to point to a formal contract coming at some point in the near future. Certainly the closest I've seen yet from these folks. Will it actually happen? Who knows?

From the SB-2/A, 25 Jan 07 (specifically last sentence):

"In January 2007, we signed an Independent Contractor Agreement with
Trimark Associates Inc. for the installation of our H-Net(TM)technology for a key irrigation district cooperative in Northern California. Trimark Associates Inc. is expected to provide Meter Service Provider and Meter Data Management Agent services for this project. We expect that the project has a revenue potential of up to $500,000 and that this contract will be the first in a series
of contracts for H-Net(TM)technology installations throughout California."


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http://www.conectisys.com/Investor_Relations/Press_Releases/…



PRESS RELEASE * PRESS RELEASE * PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ConectiSys News A WIRELESS COMMERCIAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS CO CONECTISYS SIGNS FIRST CONTRACT FOR INSTALLATION OF H-NET™ TECHNOLOGY


Valencia, California—Tuesday, January 30, 2007


ConectiSys Corporation (OTCBB: CNES), a developer of automatic meter reading technologies, announced today that it has entered into a contract with Trimark Associates, Inc. to install and maintain ConectiSys’ proprietary H-NET™ wireless electric metering technology in Northern California. ConectiSys estimates that the initial contract has a revenue potential of up to $500,000. This commercial effort will involve the installation by ConectiSys of its H-NET™ technology for a key irrigation district cooperative. Trimark Associates, Inc. is expected to provide Meter Service Provider and Meter Data Management Agent services for this project.

Robert Spigno, ConectiSys Founder and Chairman said today, “This is a milestone event for ConectiSys. We expect this contract to be the first in a series of contracts for H-NET™ technology installations throughout California.”

Safe Harbor Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: The statements contained herein that are not historical are forward-looking statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed in the forward-looking statements including, but not limited to: ConectiSys’ ability to generate any revenue and collect any fees associated with the Trimark Associates, Inc. project; ConectiSys’ ability to successfully provide services to Trimark Associates, Inc. and install and operate the H-NET™ technology; ConectiSys’ ability to secure additional clients and contracts to install and operate its H-NET™ technology throughout California; ConectiSys’ ability to secure additional funding, or its inability to secure additional funding except on relatively disadvantageous terms, to support day-to-day operations and expected growth; ConectiSys’ ability to commercialize, further develop or generate revenues from its H-NET™ automatic meter reading products or technologies; and other risks detailed from time to time in ConectiSys’ periodic reports and other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including its most recent Annual Report on Form 10-KSB filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on January 16, 2007. INVESTOR RELATIONS: Luca S. Spigno (661) 295-6763 Ext 204 mailto:InvestorRelations@ConectiSys.comWebsite: www.conectisys.com
Stockguru.com: While Conectisys Corporation Sign a Contract, Others Announce Coverage, New Launches, Announce Expansion, and New Product

Dallas, Texas, Feb 02, 2007 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- StockGuru Pre-Market Updates for Friday include Fonix Corporation (OTCBB FNIX), Nexia Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB NEXH), Nexia Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB NEXH), GamezNFlix, Inc. (OTCBB GZFX), Naturewell, Inc (OTCBB NAWL), and Conectisys Corporation (OTCBB CNES). StockGuru Pre-Market Updates feature companies with significant moves in either volume or price in the past two trading sessions. In our update we analyze recent news about the companies featured and detail the movement in the stock.

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Conectisys Corporation (OTCBB CNES) Friday's market stayed the same at $0.0004 per share, with a total of 15,523,400 shares traded. The company announced that it has entered into a contract with Trimark Associates, Inc. to install and maintain ConectiSys' proprietary H-Net(TM) wireless electric metering technology in Northern California. ConectiSys estimates that the initial contract has a revenue potential of up to $500,000. This commercial effort will involve the installation by ConectiSys of its H-Net(TM) technology for a key irrigation district cooperative. Trimark Associates, Inc. is expected to provide Meter Service Provider and Meter Data Management Agent services for this project. Robert Spigno, ConectiSys Founder and Chairman, said today, "This is a milestone event for ConectiSys. We expect this contract to be the first in a series of contracts for H-Net(TM) technology installations throughout California."

Conectisys Corporation engages in the development of automatic meter reading (AMR) technologies and products that remotely read electronic energy usage meters and provide data transmissions in the United States. It has developed an AMR solution that includes a proprietary system employing hardware and software, which would allow for residential and commercial applications. The company?s principal product includes H- Net system, which comprises two components, H- Net 5.0, which consist of circuitry and a radio transmitter designed to read and wirelessly transmit data; and H-Net BaseStation, which is designed to receive and relay the meter data over standard phone lines to a central location where the data is compiled and utilized. It also plans to offer various services, including energy management, and data storage and archiving to utility companies and energy service providers. The company?s target customers include meter manufacturers and other companies operating in the energy industry. ConectiSys was founded in 1986. The company was formerly known as Coastal Financial Corp. and changed its name to BDR Industries, Inc. in 1994. Later, it changed its name to Conectisys Corporation in 1995. The company is based in Valencia, California.

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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.378.044 von Trader007007 am 02.02.07 20:04:50muss ich das jetzt alles lesen?
oder gibt es eine Kurzfassung eines fans in D??
cf
CNES shareholders,

I think it may be Turlock as well and this is why…. A couple of days ago I spent about 8 hour’s online doing DD. I did find information showing that Turlock (for sure) and Merced OR Modesto (can’t remember which one of the two) had a small amount of Itron “drive by meters” installed back in 2005. However, there wasn’t a thing that I could find that was more current than that. It seems to me that if the Itron product was that great that there would have been more information available saying something along the lines of how great it was working out, how much energy was being saved, how they were going to install the meters for all of their users etc., etc,….. but there was NOTHING!!!!! IMHO perhaps, they are looking for something other than “drive by” technology but at a reduced cost (CNES)!!!


I also found this link on the South San Joaquin Irrigation District (in Northern California) talking about how they are going to be taking over 38,000 electric customers from PG&E in early 2008 and installing some type of AMR technology. Check out the link!

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http://www.ssjid.com/ssjid_plan_of_service.htm


SSJID Plan of Service



INTRODUCTION

The South San Joaquin Irrigation District (District) expects to acquire from PG&E Company the electric distribution assets necessary to provide electric utility services to approximately 38,000 end-use customers in or adjacent to the current District boundaries. For system planning purposes the District estimates peak energy use for these customers to be 133 MW. In assuming utility responsibility for these customers, the District will rely on a combination of its current utility staff and facilities as well as mutual assistance from other consumer owned utilities and private utility contractors and professional service providers. As well, the District anticipates creating 34 new electric utility positions.

Key to the Districts Plan Of Service (POS) is a significant financial investment in infrastructure necessary to increase reliability, improve customer service and bring down the long term cost of service. The District will also implement a 15 percent rate reduction immediately upon initiation of service.

The Plan Of Service (POS) anticipates that the District will assume utility responsibility on or before the 1st Quarter of 2008.



BACKGROUND

The District formed in 1909 for purposes of providing irrigation services to a 119 square mile portion of southern San Joaquin County. In the 1950’s the District joined with the Oakdale Irrigation District to develop a series of dams and hydro-electric generation plants on the Stanislaus River (Tri-Dam). Subsequently, the District developed other hydro-generation facilities and, by the mid-1980’s SSJID was at least 50 percent owner in approximately 130 MW of installed generation capacity. The District’s share of these projects is approximately 69.4 MW

In May 2005 the District completed construction of a major water treatment facility and began delivering wholesale domestic treated water to the cities of Escalon, Manteca, Lathrop and Tracy.

As of May 2005 the District has a permanent full time staff of approximately 74 employees. Additionally, Tri Dam employs 21 full time staff. In June of 2004, SSJID hired a full time Utility Systems Director. This individual has over 25 years experience in utility distribution system acquisition, organization and management, with 17 years experience managing consumer owned electric distribution utilities. SSJID employees, including those at Tri-Dam, enjoy representation by IBEW Local 1245.

The District maintains its utility operations, including corporation yard, warehouse, administrative and customer service functions at its headquarters building located on Highway 120 in Manteca, California. In addition, the District has extensive facilities to support the domestic water program at the new treatment plant on Dodds Road in the unincorporated Valley Home area of San Joaquin County. The Tri Dam operations occur in a third facility located in Strawberry, California.

Electric Utility Plan Of Service

Following are a series of steps necessary to facilitate transition from PG&E to SSJID. The District expects to put the existing distribution assets into service immediately up securing title (or a court order) to the assets. However, the transition from PG&E to SSJID will require cooperation from PG&E in transferring customer data, removing PG&E facilities, such as revenue meters, and accommodating the necessary construction activities to physically separate the two systems while preserving continuity of service to the consumer. Once the physical severance is completed, the District will operate and maintain the facilities totally independent of PG&E.

I. Pre-possession of assets

a.) Governance: Since 1909, SSJID has operated under an elected Board of Directors that assume “public trust” responsibilities. Established governance protocols, including implementation of deliberation processes, financial reporting and compliance with any and all respective statutory obligations are in place. The addition of an electric utility enterprise will not have a material effect on the governance process, any more than did the addition of the wholesale domestic water program. The Boards jurisdiction will expand to resemble that of the Modesto Irrigation District or Turlock Irrigation District, which also provide irrigation and electric utility services and, in MID’s case, domestic treated water.

b.) Data management: Having been a utility and operating an accounting and billing system for many years, the District more recently has reviewed a variety of utility Customer Information System (CIS) software products to assure compatibility with the Automated Metering Technology that we will employ as a function of improving the accuracy and timely accounting and invoicing of energy sales and services. The new CIS software will be put in place and training completed in the 2005-2006 timeframe. This project is necessary to enhance the current utility system accounting, mapping and management protocols and to integrate the water treatment program with the irrigation enterprise and, ultimately the retail power function.
Prior to securing title to the distribution assets the District will coordinate with PG&E to exchange customer specific billing and metering data and to transfer system maps.

c.) Power supply: In the effort to select a buyer, including negotiating terms and conditions for the off-take of the Tri Dam hydro-electric, the District relied on consulting services to quantify price and terms for selling this power. PG&E was the highest bid for this power. The District has worked with these same consultants and with various power marketing entities to project forward commodity energy prices. While PG&E owns 33% of the resources necessary to meet system loads, the District owns more than 50% of the resources needed to serve load. Initially the District will implement a balanced portfolio, including compliance with resource adequacy standards and renewable energy supplies through competitive wholesale markets. The TriDam contract has a termination option that can be exercised if there is an economic benefit to delivering power directly from District owned generation. More likely, the hydro operation will have a higher value in the marketplace and the District will rely on these facilities as a financial or physical hedge.

The District will contract for scheduling, shaping and other ancillary services. Because the District has never been bankrupt and has a substantial balance sheet and no debt they enjoy superior credit position. Credit is a driving factor in securing term power agreements.

Transmission service will come through both the California ISO and from the SMUD/WAPA Control Area. The District will participate in the WECC and NREC to assure coordinated system planning and compliance.

d.) Staffing: The District expects to hire 34 full time experienced electric utility staff to supplement the existing staff. Initially, the administrative functions that currently take place in San Francisco, (i.e.; accounting, human relations, etc.) will take place at the District’s Manteca office. The District will contract with MID for specific support service during the transition. For example, MID will administer the Public Benefits Program for SSJID during the initial start-up to assure that important efficiency and renewable investments are not compromised.

Several distribution engineering and construction companies have solicited business with the District to assist in implementing the severance plan and provide on going construction and maintenance needs. An Operations Manager, two full-time, four person line crews and three troublemen will be hired to assure operational integrity. The District will supplement these crews with Mutual Aid Agreements through MID, TID and SMUD.

Over the first full year of operations, the District will “right-size” the organization based on actual experience. The goal is to optimize economic and operational efficiency by maintaining as much in-house staff as required to improve response time, reduce the number and duration of outages and improve customer service.




II. Immediate possession:

It is expected that PG&E will remove their meters and SSJID will install new automated meters in a coordinated manner. The District will contract with qualified metering technicians for this task. At this same time the District will input customer data with our new CIS software and initiate new service agreements.

As described above, the District will secure a power portfolio through a competitive bid process with delivery scheduled to occur simultaneous with a pre-agreed transition date and hour. We expect to implement a netting agreement with PG&E, to the extent necessary, to assure accuracy in the first 30 day billing cycle

Physical separation, including project specific engineering and construction will be completed by private contractors.

III. Full operation:

As mentioned in Section II above, the District expects to evaluate the long-term staffing and facilities needs over the first full year of operations. During that first year there will be a mixed reliance on in-house and contract staff, including support service from MID. Similarly, the District will lease temporary space to the extent necessary to facilitate the administrative needs of the electric function.
The current irrigation operation includes a variety of heavy equipment common to both electric and water operations. However, some electrical equipment is has unique requirements, such as dielectric characteristics. The District will purchase all of the necessary equipment and associated tools to perform the work in a safe manner.

Because both MID and SSJID will have 17 kV equipment we will coordinate inventory to assure an adequate supply of materials is available while optimizing inventory quantities for both districts.
This is true for poles, cross arms, insulators, vaults, conductor and other material.


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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.381.621 von cienfuego am 02.02.07 22:59:04würde mich auch interessieren !!

das wichtigste - einmal kurz zusammengefasst !! :)




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Conectisys sollte in den kommenden Wochen
und Monaten wieder in den Vordergrund rücken.



:eek::eek::eek:Aus dem letzten Monatsbericht vom 10. Januar 2007:eek::eek::eek:


http://www.conectisys.com/Investor_Relations/Monthly_Reports…


FROM THE DESK OF ROD LIGHTHIPE

Happy New Year and from all of us at ConectiSys, we hope all of our shareholders enjoyed the holiday season with your family and friends.

The Company is beginning 2007 with a great sense of optimism. After exploring many opportunities to diversify Company operations and assets during 2006, we successfully completed a strategic relationship in late November with Trimark Associates of Folsom, California. Trimark is a certified Meter Service Provider (MSP) and Meter Data Management Agent (MDMA) in California and various other States.

The Company’s relationship with Trimark completes a long term CNES goal and will enable us to provide a comprehensive all-in-one service to future customers including electric meter technology, installation, service, data management and customer billing. We are now a “one stop shop.”

That being said …Trimark also provides CNES a base of existing customers to which we can market out metering technology and engineering capabilities. This marketing relationship has already borne fruit. At this time, I can tell our shareholders that we are in final negotiations with a major commercial customer in California to install our wireless communications technology to read electric meters. We should be announcing this contract in the near future.

It is my sincere belief that this pending announcement will be followed by additional milestone events in 2007 as the entire CNES management team strives to increase shareholder value.



THIS MONTHS ARTICLE:

ADVANCED METERING PENETRATION AND THE REGULATORY CHALLENGES
By Jonathan Spencer Jones

Demand response has an important role to play in both the wholesale and retail electricity market in the US – but advanced meeting and the other technologies needed to support significant demand response deployment as yet have little market penetration.


These are among the main conclusions of the Federal Energy regulatory Commission’s (FERC) Staff Report “Assessment of Demand Response and Advanced Metering”, prepared as a requirement of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct 2005) (EPAct 2005) to review these and other demand response issues following the enactment of the Act.

“The fact that we were specifically asked by congress to review advanced metering is recognition of its importance in demand response”, says FERC economist David Kathan, who led the team that prepared the report. “And we also aimed to provide information that would be useful for discussions at the state level on advanced metering.

For the purpose of the study demand response was defined as: “Changes in electric usage by end-use customers from their normal consumption patterns in response to changes in the price of electricity over time, or use at time or incentive payments designed to induce lower electricity use at times of high wholesale market prices or when system reliability is jeopardized.”

This then allows demand response to be categorized into tow groups - incentive-based demand response., including direct load control, interruptible/curtailable rates, demand bidding/buyback programmes, emergency demand response programmes, capacity market programmes and ancillary services market programmes; and time-based rates, including time-of-use rates, critical peak pricing, and real time pricing.

“The study found that the penetration of AMI is 5.9% across the US…”

The study, which was based on a survey of 3,365 organizations across the US representing all aspect of its electricity industry, found that demand response is so fare not widespread, with only about 200 entities offering programmes to only 5% of the customer base. The most common programmes are direct load control, interruptible/curtailable programmes, and time-of-use rates.

These existing programmes provide a total potential demand response resource contribution estimated at about 37,500 MW, with the largest contributions in most regions from the wholesale and industrial sectors. This corresponds to a potential (relative to summer peak demand) between 3% to 7% in most regions, except in the Midwest (the North American Electric Reliability Councils Midwest Reliability Organization region) where it is up to 20%.

ADVANCED METERING PENETRATION

The study found that the penetration of advanced meting infrastructure (AMI) is 5.9% across the US, ranging from zero deployment to 11 states to the highest of almost 53% in Pennsylvania, somewhat less than earlier estimates that had put the penetration at closer to 10%.

“In context advanced meting is a system that records consumption at least hourly and retrieve these reads at least daily,” says Kathan.

However, when the figures are broken down they reveal some interesting facts. First there are regional variations, with the greatest penetration, 14% and above, in the NERC’s Reliability First Corporations and Southwest Power Pool regions (the Mid-Atlantic and portions of the Midwest and the Midsouth respectively).

All the other regions have lower than average penetration, as low as 1% in the Western Electricity Coordinating Council region.

By: Marsha Lee Casspi, Marketing Director












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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ConectiSys News A WIRELESS COMMERCIAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS CO CONECTISYS SIGNS FIRST CONTRACT FOR INSTALLATION OF H-NET™ TECHNOLOGY


Valencia, California—Tuesday, January 30, 2007


ConectiSys Corporation (OTCBB: CNES), a developer of automatic meter reading technologies, announced today that it has entered into a contract with Trimark Associates, Inc. to install and maintain ConectiSys’ proprietary H-NET™ wireless electric metering technology in Northern California. ConectiSys estimates that the initial contract has a revenue potential of up to $500,000. This commercial effort will involve the installation by ConectiSys of its H-NET™ technology for a key irrigation district cooperative. Trimark Associates, Inc. is expected to provide Meter Service Provider and Meter Data Management Agent services for this project.

Robert Spigno, ConectiSys Founder and Chairman said today, “This is a milestone event for ConectiSys. We expect this contract to be the first in a series of contracts for H-NET™ technology installations throughout California.”

Safe Harbor Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: The statements contained herein that are not historical are forward-looking statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed in the forward-looking statements including, but not limited to: ConectiSys’ ability to generate any revenue and collect any fees associated with the Trimark Associates, Inc. project; ConectiSys’ ability to successfully provide services to Trimark Associates, Inc. and install and operate the H-NET™ technology; ConectiSys’ ability to secure additional clients and contracts to install and operate its H-NET™ technology throughout California; ConectiSys’ ability to secure additional funding, or its inability to secure additional funding except on relatively disadvantageous terms, to support day-to-day operations and expected growth; ConectiSys’ ability to commercialize, further develop or generate revenues from its H-NET™ automatic meter reading products or technologies; and other risks detailed from time to time in ConectiSys’ periodic reports and other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including its most recent Annual Report on Form 10-KSB filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on January 16, 2007. INVESTOR RELATIONS: Luca S. Spigno (661) 295-6763 Ext 204 mailto:InvestorRelations@ConectiSys.comWebsite: www.conectisys.com
...na bitte...es geht doch(siehe meine beiden Beiträge vom 16.01.07) heute ist es das 6. Mal, das sich genügend Voll.....in Amerika gefunden haben, diese Aktie für 0,0003 US-$$ zu kaufen....und nicht vergessen: Jedes Paket für 9.999.999 Stk. bringt dem Vorstand von CNES immer wieder 3000 US-§§ in die Kasse....selbstverständlich für wichtige Investitionen und selbstverständlich nicht um noch über Monate Ihre horrenden Chef-Gehälter aufrecht zu halten :laugh::laugh::laugh:
...ach übrigens würde mich so ganz nebenbei nicht wundern, wenn bald die ausgegebene Aktienstückzahl mit über 30 Milliarden Stück angegeben wird, was natürlich wiederum ein hervorragendes Ergebnis für die MK dieser "Firma" darstellt...und eigentlich erwarte ich auch noch eine hochkarätige Empfehlung eines Börsenbriefes :laugh::laugh:
richtig- :)

Frage nur: welcher Börsenbrief wird empfehlen:look:

die Tatsachen sprechen doch für sich!
:laugh:
cf
Also ich tippe auf "Der Aktionär".....hahaha, aber erst nachdem Förtsch die Aktien zu 0,0002 $ in Amerika gekauft hat. Dann kann er wieder tönen, dass er einen 100%-er im Depot hat, sobald es auf 0,0004 $ geht....diese Schwuchtel!!!!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.460.720 von ICGDepp am 06.02.07 13:16:30Guter Tip...meiner Meinung nach wird uns aber eher eine der hochqualifizierten Empfehlungen des Ober-Bayrischen-Börsenbriefes (OBB) erreichen, der meines Wissens so namhafte Aktien wie Trivello Energy, Zann Corp., Cascade Energy :laugh::laugh::laugh: etc. empfohlen hat, wobei man sich hier bei WO doch tatsächlich noch wundern muß, wieviele Leser sich immer wieder freudejauchzend bei so einer Empfehlung zu Wort melden :laugh::laugh::laugh:
CONECTISYS CORP. Registered ..
Börse: Berlin-Bremen
Datum: 07.02.07
Tickliste Zeit
Kurs

Volumen
12:27:21 ebB* 0,001 1000000
09:02:02 -T 0,001 0
Monthly Report is coming next week!!!!

In den Staaten wird darüber gesprochen, dass sich ein weiterer Vetrag ankündigt, habe leider keine genauen ( 100% verbindlich ) Quellen, dennoch bin ich zuversichtlich, dass sich in den nächsten Wochen noch etwas schwerwiegendes auftut!!!!

Viel Glück allen Investierten!!!!
Leute, so lange über das Unternehmen gerätselt und gesprochen wird - und vor allem, solange die noch arbeiten - kann es nur aufwärts gehen:)
cf
12.02.2007 MR 02/2007

http://www.conectisys.com/Investor_Relations/Monthly_Reports…


From the desk of Rod Lighthipe

As many of our shareholders will recall, I stated in the January / 2007 newsletter that a significant milestone for the Company was eminent. At this time, I am pleased to announce that ConectiSys has received its first contract to install the CNES HNET™ based technology in a commercial and revenue producing setting. The initial value of this work is valued at approximately $ 500,000. A press release regarding this contract was made to the public financial markets on January 30th follow link to CNES Press. This work involves the placement of our wireless network in an agricultural setting and its associated irrigation pumps and transmitting the electric meter data from the pumps to an MDMA (Meter Data Management Agent). In this instance, the MDMA is our Strategic Partner, Trimark Associates.

Assuming a successful installation and a satisfied customer, I expect follow on contracts with this same customer that will provide additional revenue for the Company over the next several years.

That being said … this is the Good News. The even better news is that several other opportunities for the commercial deployment of CNES technology and networks appear to be developing quickly. I hope to announce those developments in the very near future.


In conclusion, I believe 2007 will be our “break out” year at CNES

ROD LIGHTHIPE Director of Business Development ConectiSys News
Daas Problem ist nur, dass jeder so schnell wie möglich aus CNES raus will und bei jedem Tausendstel Cent den CNES steigen will warten Zig-Millionen Shares die erstmal weggesaugt werden müssen. So kann CNES niemals nach oben kommen. Die LAst ist einfach viel zu groß!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.739.591 von dv7950 am 16.02.07 09:23:42hallo

für mich sind gestern alle die bedient worden die ein Limit zu 0,0002 drinnen hatten, und zwar mit neuen Shares!!:mad:

Das wird sich zeigen wenn in den nächsten Tagen das O/S sich erhöht hat.

Hoffen tu ich das natürlich nicht

AK
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.740.550 von Atlantickatze am 16.02.07 09:59:28Hi,

was meinst u genau mit O/S?

Sorry für die vielleicht blöde Frage!!!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.743.767 von ICGDepp am 16.02.07 12:00:13O/S = outstanding shares
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.744.044 von bond2mat am 16.02.07 12:10:46Danke!!!

Wie lange dauert das denn normalerweise, bis das ausgewiesen wird?

Weil heute stehen immernoch die gleichen shares wie gestern da...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.743.767 von ICGDepp am 16.02.07 12:00:13ja, eben die outstanding shares, (15mia.)

wann sie aktualisiert werden weis ich auch nicht so genau aberCNES kann die Druckmaschine anstellen und schon gibt's neue Shares, denn die A/S liegen glaub ich bei 45 Milliarden, da ist noch großer Spielraum vorhanden.


AK
CONECTISYS RECEIVES ANNUAL FINANCING

Valencia, California

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

ConectiSys Corporation (OTCBB: CNES), a developer of automatic meter reading technologies, announced today that it has entered into agreements for convertible debt financing in the amount of up to $1.35 million. The Company expects that if the full $1.35 million is funded, the net proceeds will be sufficient for the Company to meet its cash requirements over approximately the next 12 months.

Robert Spigno, the Company’s President and Chief Executive Officer, stated that, “Securing this funding is an important element of our continued efforts to commercialize, further develop and market our H-Net™ automatic meter reading products and other technologies, and we believe that this financing will provide the necessary funds for these efforts over the coming year.”

The Company’s convertible debt financing agreements contemplate an initial installment of $250,000, which amount has been received by the Company and eleven equal additional monthly installments in the amount of $100,000 each for aggregate gross proceeds to the Company of $1.35 million. The subsequent monthly installments contemplated by the convertible debt financing agreements are terminable upon 30-days’ advance notice by either the Company or a majority-in-interest of the lenders.


Safe Harbor Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: The statements contained herein that are not historical are forward-looking statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed in the forward-looking statements including, but not limited to: the early termination of the lenders’ obligations to provide the Company with up to $1.35 million in convertible debt financing, resulting in the Company’s receipt of less than the full amount of the $1.35 million expected gross proceeds from the convertible debt financing; the Company’s need, over the next 12 months, for funding in excess of the $1.35 million expected gross proceeds from the convertible debt financing; the Company’s inability to secure additional funding or ability to secure additional funding only on relatively disadvantageous terms; the Company’s inability to commercialize, further develop or generate revenues from its H-Net™ automatic meter reading products or technologies; and other risks detailed from time to time in the Company’s periodic reports and other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. INVESTOR RELATIONS: Luca S. Spigno (661) 295-6763 Ext 204 Website: www.ConectiSys.com Mailto:InvestorRelations@ConectiSys.com


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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.867.807 von Trader007007 am 21.02.07 07:12:38ui ui ui trader,

das sieht nicht gut aus:cry:

die gleiche Prozedur wie in 2006 es wird leider nur Geld gebraucht und Shares ausgegeben :cry:

wir werden die 1 demnächst sehen:keks:

AK
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.868.071 von Atlantickatze am 21.02.07 08:10:56hey muschi,

nur seltsam, dass es immer wieder idioten gibt, die dieser firma auch noch geld leihen:confused:
die sind bestimmt

komisch, gelle :D:laugh::laugh:


und das noch ein paar shares auf den markt kommen ist auch nicht wirklich die neueste feststellung:laugh::laugh::rolleyes::rolleyes:

also muschi, gib erst laut, wenn was sinnvolles dabei rum kommt:cry::kiss:
hi kwonni,

wenn CNES Geld bekommt dann nur weil sie es mit horrenden Zinsen zurückzahlen und jeder (Idiot) kann CNES Geld geben da dieser Geldgeber(Idiot) 100 Prozentig weiss daß er es wieder bekommt auch monatlich, da ja dieser Kredit ausschließlich von UNS finanziert wird --Ich hoffe du kapierst das --

und wenn Du mich nochmal mit meinem Nicknamen beleidigst dann lass ich Dich Dauerhaft sperren--verstanden:mad:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.868.071 von Atlantickatze am 21.02.07 08:10:56wir werden die 1 demnächst sehen:look::look::laugh::laugh::laugh:

warte noch ein weilchen und die wirst die 1 sehen:eek::eek::eek:

1 cent:D:D:D
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.870.881 von Atlantickatze am 21.02.07 10:42:25Ich hoffe du kapierst das

... find ich auch nicht nett:confused::confused::confused:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.874.226 von Trader007007 am 21.02.07 13:15:37hi trader,

find ich auch nicht nett von mir, aber ich lasse mich nicht Niveaulos beleidigen. Ich habe bisher noch keinen namentlich Beleidigt und das verlang i auch von allen anderen.

will ja eigentlich nur meine Meinung zur neuen Néws geben da sie ja schon lange fällig war.(daß wieder Geld benötigt wird)

Leider ist von CNES absolut kein Plan vorhanden (den MR.kann man auch vergessen) somit besteht auch keinerlei Phantasie:confused:

Wie sollte der Wert mal auf die 1 cent kommen?
Nö nö, das ganze zieht sich noch auf mehrere Jahre hin, vielleicht ein paar kleine Verträge aber bis dahin gibt's einen Reversesplitt und das ganze fängt wieder von vorne an.

Ich bin auch mit einigen Millionen Stücke dabei und hoffe natürlich auch daß es anders kommen soll, aber mittlerweile kenne ich leider schon zu viele Pinksheetscompanys bei denen das selbe abläuft, die dümpeln vor sich da hin und irgendwann wird ein neues Produkt entwickelt somit fängt das wie schon gesagt von vorne an:(


gruß
AK
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.874.830 von Atlantickatze am 21.02.07 13:45:29heul doch :laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:

mach doch was du willst :rolleyes::rolleyes:

ich für meinen teil, geh jetzt mal ne muschi kraulen:D:D
Das positive an der Meldung ist, dass die Finanzierung für die nächsten 12 Monate gesichert ist.

Gleiches gab es ja schon Jahre zuvor auch.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 26.910.019 von Trader007007 am 14.01.07 14:45:40ConectiSys Receives Annual Financing

2007-02-21 08:00 ET - News Release

VALENCIA, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 02/21/07

ConectiSys Corporation (OTCBB: CNES), a developer of automatic meter reading technologies, announced today that it has entered into agreements for convertible debt financing in the amount of up to $1.35 million. The Company expects that if the full $1.35 million is funded, the net proceeds will be sufficient for the Company to meet its cash requirements over approximately the next 12 months.

Robert Spigno, the Company's President and Chief Executive Officer, stated, "Securing this funding is an important element of our continued efforts to commercialize, further develop and market our H-Net(TM) automatic meter reading products and other technologies, and we believe that this financing will provide the necessary funds for these efforts over the coming year."

The Company's convertible debt financing agreements contemplate an initial installment of $250,000, which has been received by the Company and eleven equal additional monthly installments in the amount of $100,000 each for aggregate gross proceeds to the Company of $1.35 million. The subsequent monthly installments contemplated by the convertible debt financing agreements are terminable upon 30-days' advance notice by either the Company or a majority-in-interest of the lenders.

Safe Harbor Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: The statements contained herein that are not historical are forward-looking statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed in the forward-looking statements including, but not limited to: the early termination of the lenders' obligations to provide the Company with up to $1.35 million in convertible debt financing, resulting in the Company's receipt of less than the full amount of the $1.35 million expected gross proceeds from the convertible debt financing; the Company's need, over the next 12 months, for funding in excess of the $1.35 million expected gross proceeds from the convertible debt financing; the Company's inability to secure additional funding or ability to secure additional funding only on relatively disadvantageous terms; the Company's inability to commercialize, further develop or generate revenues from its H-Net(TM) automatic meter reading products or technologies; and other risks detailed from time to time in the Company's periodic reports and other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Investor Relations:
Luca S. Spigno
(661) 295-6763 Ext 204
Website: www.ConectiSys.com
Mail to: InvestorRelations@ConectiSys.com
Kann mir bitte mal einer Erklären, warum der Kurs sich überhaupt nicht bewegt?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.885.479 von Trader007007 am 21.02.07 20:53:22hi trader,

das ist die Volumenentwicklung
Umsätze waren in 2002 noch vorhanden, dammals gabs aber nur ein paar Millionen Shares von CHNES

Je höher die O/S sind desto höher ist das Volumen aber der Umsatz wird in der Regel geringer.

AK
geklaut bei ihub
Posted by: newfy
In reply to: None Date:2/24/2007 9:37:56 AM
Post #of 3203

jumped in yesterday..see another USXP run to .04 setting up here..USXP is dead now with the heavy fines by SEC on Altamare & co. as USXP possibly going to get delisted? so IMO lots if not most of all the old USXP momo players jumped into CNES yesterday ...so IMO, CNES is the new USXP..jmo


Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.963.103 von Montha am 25.02.07 17:57:31wollen wir`s hoffen. gurte schon mal fester schnallen:laugh:
CNES -- Conectisys Corp.
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Interact Holdings Group, Inc. (OTCBB IHGR) Monday's market went up 50.00% to $0.30 per share, with a total of 42,821 shares traded. The company announced that it has reversed the number of common shares issued and outstanding by a ratio of 500 to 1. With the reverse, the company also received a new ticker symbol, which is now IHGR. Interact Holdings Group is a provider of infrastructure management and technology services to the energy, utility, water and communications industries. Stated Jeffrey Flannery, CEO of Interact Holdings, "We believe it is in the long-term interests of the company to recapitalize the company's share structure. Our accomplishments of the last 12 months have been significant, including strong growth in revenues, the acquisitions of good, solid companies which expand the company's core business and the implementation of a defined plan to be a leader in the growing sector of infrastructure management. We hope an adjustment in the Company's public float and share price will facilitate the market's re-evaluation of the company's value and potential based on these events."

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Biomoda, Inc. (OTCBB BMOD) Monday's market went up 11.76% to $0.95 per share, with a total of 39,044 shares traded. John Cousins, Chairman, President and CEO of the company updated the investment community in an all-new interview with www.wallst.net . Biomoda is developing early lung cancer detection testing and other cancer diagnostic technology and tools. Topics covered in the interview include an overview of the Company and the markets it serves, recent press releases, and upcoming strategic and financial milestones. To hear the interview in its entirety, visit http://www.wallst.net , and click on "Interviews." The interview can be accessed either by locating the company's ticker symbol under the appropriate exchange on the left-hand column of the "Interviews" section of the site, or by entering the company's ticker symbol in the Search Archive window.

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EnerTeck Corporation, through its wholly owned subsidiary, EnerTeck Chemical Corp., engages in the sale and marketing of fuel-borne catalytic engine treatment products for diesel engines. Its primary product, EnerBurn, functions as an engine treatment application by removing carbon deposits from the combustion surfaces of the engine and reducing further carbon deposit buildup. EnerBurn is used in diesel engines to enable fuel economy and minimize the emissions of nitrogen oxide and microscopic airborne solid matter. The company also offers various combustion enhancement and emission reduction technologies for diesel fuel. Its products are used primarily in on-road vehicles, locomotives, and diesel marine engines in the United States and internationally. EnerTeck Corporation was incorporated in 1935 and is based in Stafford, Texas.

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Naturewell, Inc (OTCBB NAWL) Monday's market went up 6.25% to $0.0017 per share, with a total of 2,490,594 shares traded. The company is pleased to announce that it will be an exhibitor at the 2007 Winter California Chiropractic Association's ("CCA") Convention and Exposition in Reno, Nevada, February 23-25, and will sponsor a reception for the CCA's Political Action Committee ("PAC"). The purpose of the CCA's bipartisan Political Action Committee is to help elect state legislators who are pro-chiropractic. The California Chiropractic Association is a statewide, nonprofit organization of chiropractic doctors established in 1928 and comprised of 31 districts and four student chapters. The CCA provides members services and programs designed to effectively represent chiropractic doctors before state government, communicate to chiropractic doctors the latest clinical and governmental news, offer products and services to enhance their practices and increase public awareness of chiropractic treatment and its benefits. "We are very pleased to sponsor the PAC reception and be an exhibitor at the 2007 Winter Convention," commented James Arabia, NatureWell's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. "This will provide us a unique opportunity to demonstrate our support of the chiropractic community while sending a clear message of the need for doctors to carry MigraSpray in their practice to meet the needs of their patients. I believe that attending and supporting these kind of events is an important part of our mission to make MigraSpray well received and available to as many practitioners as we can, as quickly as possible."

Naturewell, Incorporated engages in the research and development of healthcare products for various conditions primarily in the United States. The company markets its primary product, MIGRASPRAY, a patented over-the-counter homeopathic drug for the fast relief and prevention of the symptoms of migraine headaches. It is also developing products, such as ALLERSPRAY II, for the fast relief of allergy symptoms, without drowsiness, dry-mouth, or other side effects; PMS SPRAY to prevent and relieve the pain and symptoms of premenstrual syndrome; ARTHRISPRAY to prevent and relieve the pain and symptoms of arthritis; and ANTI-OXY SPRAY for the reduction and prevention of cerebral oxidative damage. In addition, the company has other products in various stages of development, including a natural sedative for the treatment for general aches and pains; and other treatments. Naturewell offers MIGRASPRAY product through healthcare practitioners in the United States, as well as directly to consumers over the Internet and through telephone orders. The company was incorporated in 1983 and is headquartered in San Diego, California.

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Conectisys Corporation (OTCBB CNES) Monday's market went up 50.00% to $0.0003 per share, with a total of 196,439,239 shares traded. The company announced that it has entered into agreements for convertible debt financing in the amount of up to $1.35 million. The Company expects that if the full $1.35 million is funded, the net proceeds will be sufficient for the Company to meet its cash requirements over approximately the next 12 months. Robert Spigno, the Company's President and Chief Executive Officer, stated, "Securing this funding is an important element of our continued efforts to commercialize, further develop and market our H-Net(TM) automatic meter reading products and other technologies, and we believe that this financing will provide the necessary funds for these efforts over the coming year." The Company's convertible debt financing agreements contemplate an initial installment of $250,000, which has been received by the Company and eleven equal additional monthly installments in the amount of $100,000 each for aggregate gross proceeds to the Company of $1.35 million. The subsequent monthly installments contemplated by the convertible debt financing agreements are terminable upon 30-days' advance notice by either the Company or a majority-in-interest of the lenders.

Conectisys Corporation engages in the development of automatic meter reading (AMR) technologies and products that remotely read electronic energy usage meters and provide data transmissions in the United States. It has developed an AMR solution that includes a proprietary system employing hardware and software, which would allow for residential and commercial applications. The company?s principal product includes H- Net system, which comprises two components, H- Net 5.0, which consist of circuitry and a radio transmitter designed to read and wirelessly transmit data; and H-Net BaseStation, which is designed to receive and relay the meter data over standard phone lines to a central location where the data is compiled and utilized. It also plans to offer various services, including energy management, and data storage and archiving to utility companies and energy service providers. The company?s target customers include meter manufacturers and other companies operating in the energy industry. ConectiSys was founded in 1986. The company was formerly known as Coastal Financial Corp. and changed its name to BDR Industries, Inc. in 1994. Later, it changed its name to Conectisys Corporation in 1995. The company is based in Valencia, California.

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dann sind wir mal gespannt!

... and we believe that this financing will provide the necessary funds for these efforts over the coming year....:eek:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.093.470 von Trader007007 am 03.03.07 18:45:14ohne Worte:rolleyes:
cf
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.114.490 von Trader007007 am 04.03.07 19:54:07logo! :yawn: was denn sonst:eek::cool:
cf
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.117.693 von cienfuego am 04.03.07 23:26:17es wird zeit dass sich was dreht:D:D:D
daher...


12.02.2007 MR 02/2007

http://www.conectisys.com/Investor_Relations/Monthly_Reports…


From the desk of Rod Lighthipe

As many of our shareholders will recall, I stated in the January / 2007 newsletter that a significant milestone for the Company was eminent. At this time, I am pleased to announce that ConectiSys has received its first contract to install the CNES HNET™ based technology in a commercial and revenue producing setting. The initial value of this work is valued at approximately $ 500,000. A press release regarding this contract was made to the public financial markets on January 30th follow link to CNES Press. This work involves the placement of our wireless network in an agricultural setting and its associated irrigation pumps and transmitting the electric meter data from the pumps to an MDMA (Meter Data Management Agent). In this instance, the MDMA is our Strategic Partner, Trimark Associates.

Assuming a successful installation and a satisfied customer, I expect follow on contracts with this same customer that will provide additional revenue for the Company over the next several years.

That being said … this is the Good News. The even better news is that several other opportunities for the commercial deployment of CNES technology and networks appear to be developing quickly. I hope to announce those developments in the very near future.


In conclusion, I believe 2007 will be our “break out” year at CNES

ROD LIGHTHIPE Director of Business Development ConectiSys News
mag sein, aber meinst du nicht auch, dass viel zu viele shares auf dem markt sind?
für mich ist hier nicht die aktienanzahl sondern die marktkapitalisierung das entscheidende, im vergleich zu unseren täglich hochgezockten insolvenzbuden finde ich cnes viel zu niedrig bewertet.

http://finance.yahoo.com/q/ks?s=CNES.OB

laut yahoo

18,38 milliarden aktien

marktkapitalisierung 3,68 millionen usd
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.173.464 von Trader007007 am 07.03.07 20:47:47das wird die Aktie bestimmt in Schwung bringen -
:D(aber das Tor war schon phänomenal so als Einstieg)
cf
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.173.705 von cienfuego am 07.03.07 21:09:02hey der ist echt klasse. Nett. bin begeistert.

aber zurück zum ernst. Schaut euch mal enpar tech an.

dort geht es echt bald los. Das sag ich nur euch weil ihr mir so ans Herz alles gewachsen seit.

gr
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.173.464 von Trader007007 am 07.03.07 20:47:47noch mehr Aufschwung für die Aktie
2 zu 0 :D:laugh:




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:eek::eek::eek:Monatsbericht Januar vom 10. Januar 2007:eek::eek::eek:


http://www.conectisys.com/Investor_Relations/Monthly_Reports…


FROM THE DESK OF ROD LIGHTHIPE

Happy New Year and from all of us at ConectiSys, we hope all of our shareholders enjoyed the holiday season with your family and friends.

The Company is beginning 2007 with a great sense of optimism. After exploring many opportunities to diversify Company operations and assets during 2006, we successfully completed a strategic relationship in late November with Trimark Associates of Folsom, California. Trimark is a certified Meter Service Provider (MSP) and Meter Data Management Agent (MDMA) in California and various other States.

The Company’s relationship with Trimark completes a long term CNES goal and will enable us to provide a comprehensive all-in-one service to future customers including electric meter technology, installation, service, data management and customer billing. We are now a “one stop shop.”

That being said …Trimark also provides CNES a base of existing customers to which we can market out metering technology and engineering capabilities. This marketing relationship has already borne fruit. At this time, I can tell our shareholders that we are in final negotiations with a major commercial customer in California to install our wireless communications technology to read electric meters. We should be announcing this contract in the near future.

It is my sincere belief that this pending announcement will be followed by additional milestone events in 2007 as the entire CNES management team strives to increase shareholder value.



THIS MONTHS ARTICLE:

ADVANCED METERING PENETRATION AND THE REGULATORY CHALLENGES
By Jonathan Spencer Jones

Demand response has an important role to play in both the wholesale and retail electricity market in the US – but advanced meeting and the other technologies needed to support significant demand response deployment as yet have little market penetration.


These are among the main conclusions of the Federal Energy regulatory Commission’s (FERC) Staff Report “Assessment of Demand Response and Advanced Metering”, prepared as a requirement of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct 2005) (EPAct 2005) to review these and other demand response issues following the enactment of the Act.

“The fact that we were specifically asked by congress to review advanced metering is recognition of its importance in demand response”, says FERC economist David Kathan, who led the team that prepared the report. “And we also aimed to provide information that would be useful for discussions at the state level on advanced metering.

For the purpose of the study demand response was defined as: “Changes in electric usage by end-use customers from their normal consumption patterns in response to changes in the price of electricity over time, or use at time or incentive payments designed to induce lower electricity use at times of high wholesale market prices or when system reliability is jeopardized.”

This then allows demand response to be categorized into tow groups - incentive-based demand response., including direct load control, interruptible/curtailable rates, demand bidding/buyback programmes, emergency demand response programmes, capacity market programmes and ancillary services market programmes; and time-based rates, including time-of-use rates, critical peak pricing, and real time pricing.

“The study found that the penetration of AMI is 5.9% across the US…”

The study, which was based on a survey of 3,365 organizations across the US representing all aspect of its electricity industry, found that demand response is so fare not widespread, with only about 200 entities offering programmes to only 5% of the customer base. The most common programmes are direct load control, interruptible/curtailable programmes, and time-of-use rates.

These existing programmes provide a total potential demand response resource contribution estimated at about 37,500 MW, with the largest contributions in most regions from the wholesale and industrial sectors. This corresponds to a potential (relative to summer peak demand) between 3% to 7% in most regions, except in the Midwest (the North American Electric Reliability Councils Midwest Reliability Organization region) where it is up to 20%.

ADVANCED METERING PENETRATION

The study found that the penetration of advanced meting infrastructure (AMI) is 5.9% across the US, ranging from zero deployment to 11 states to the highest of almost 53% in Pennsylvania, somewhat less than earlier estimates that had put the penetration at closer to 10%.

“In context advanced meting is a system that records consumption at least hourly and retrieve these reads at least daily,” says Kathan.

However, when the figures are broken down they reveal some interesting facts. First there are regional variations, with the greatest penetration, 14% and above, in the NERC’s Reliability First Corporations and Southwest Power Pool regions (the Mid-Atlantic and portions of the Midwest and the Midsouth respectively).

All the other regions have lower than average penetration, as low as 1% in the Western Electricity Coordinating Council region.

By: Marsha Lee Casspi, Marketing Director









http://www.conectisys.com/Investor_Relations/Press_Releases/…



PRESS RELEASE * PRESS RELEASE * PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ConectiSys News A WIRELESS COMMERCIAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS CO CONECTISYS SIGNS FIRST CONTRACT FOR INSTALLATION OF H-NET™ TECHNOLOGY


Valencia, California—Tuesday, January 30, 2007


ConectiSys Corporation (OTCBB: CNES), a developer of automatic meter reading technologies, announced today that it has entered into a contract with Trimark Associates, Inc. to install and maintain ConectiSys’ proprietary H-NET™ wireless electric metering technology in Northern California. ConectiSys estimates that the initial contract has a revenue potential of up to $500,000. This commercial effort will involve the installation by ConectiSys of its H-NET™ technology for a key irrigation district cooperative. Trimark Associates, Inc. is expected to provide Meter Service Provider and Meter Data Management Agent services for this project.

Robert Spigno, ConectiSys Founder and Chairman said today, “This is a milestone event for ConectiSys. We expect this contract to be the first in a series of contracts for H-NET™ technology installations throughout California.”

Safe Harbor Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: The statements contained herein that are not historical are forward-looking statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed in the forward-looking statements including, but not limited to: ConectiSys’ ability to generate any revenue and collect any fees associated with the Trimark Associates, Inc. project; ConectiSys’ ability to successfully provide services to Trimark Associates, Inc. and install and operate the H-NET™ technology; ConectiSys’ ability to secure additional clients and contracts to install and operate its H-NET™ technology throughout California; ConectiSys’ ability to secure additional funding, or its inability to secure additional funding except on relatively disadvantageous terms, to support day-to-day operations and expected growth; ConectiSys’ ability to commercialize, further develop or generate revenues from its H-NET™ automatic meter reading products or technologies; and other risks detailed from time to time in ConectiSys’ periodic reports and other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including its most recent Annual Report on Form 10-KSB filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on January 16, 2007. INVESTOR RELATIONS: Luca S. Spigno (661) 295-6763 Ext 204 mailto:InvestorRelations@ConectiSys.comWebsite: www.conectisys.com











:eek::eek::eek:Monatsbericht Februar vom 12. Februar 2007:eek::eek::eek:


http://www.conectisys.com/Investor_Relations/Monthly_Reports…


From the desk of Rod Lighthipe

As many of our shareholders will recall, I stated in the January / 2007 newsletter that a significant milestone for the Company was eminent. At this time, I am pleased to announce that ConectiSys has received its first contract to install the CNES HNET™ based technology in a commercial and revenue producing setting. The initial value of this work is valued at approximately $ 500,000. A press release regarding this contract was made to the public financial markets on January 30th follow link to CNES Press. This work involves the placement of our wireless network in an agricultural setting and its associated irrigation pumps and transmitting the electric meter data from the pumps to an MDMA (Meter Data Management Agent). In this instance, the MDMA is our Strategic Partner, Trimark Associates.

Assuming a successful installation and a satisfied customer, I expect follow on contracts with this same customer that will provide additional revenue for the Company over the next several years.

That being said … this is the Good News. The even better news is that several other opportunities for the commercial deployment of CNES technology and networks appear to be developing quickly. I hope to announce those developments in the very near future.


In conclusion, I believe 2007 will be our “break out” year at CNES

ROD LIGHTHIPE Director of Business Development ConectiSys News









:eek::eek::eek:Monatsbericht März vom 12. März 2007:eek::eek::eek:

http://www.conectisys.com/Investor_Relations/Monthly_Reports…


Please note: The Company will be sending a supplemental report on the 20th of this month.


From the Desk of Rod Lighthipe

Marsha Casspi, the CNES Director of Marketing, and I have collaborated this month on a summary of where we believe the State of the Industry is regarding AMR. We also give you an insight into how we monitor industry milestones and progress.

See you next month........


State of the Industry


Keeping up to date with the energy industry and its progress is of up most importance to the Company. Through research, we see that our continued vision and path to market are right on target. The challenges of Advanced Metering in this new emerging energy market are an up hill climb for the changing energy industry at large.

One of our major sources for our research here at ConectiSys is Chartwell.
Chartwell is one of the US independent information services company providing best practices research and analysis to the utility and energy industry.

Utility and energy industry professionals from more than fifty countries depend on Chartwell’s research.

On a daily basis, Chartwell researchers and editors focus solely on the utility and energy industry conducting in-depth interviews, analysis, and industry surveys in order to document strategic developments in the industry.

Chartwell was specifically asked by congress to review advanced metering which is a great recognition of the important role they play in this evolving industry. Chartwell brings their in depth research together for the utility management professionals to focus on the state of the industry, sharing their expertise and experiences. They tackle the toughest issues of the day in today’s energy market. They also aim to provide this information that would be useful for discussions at the state level on advanced metering“

Today’s, discussions throughout the US are focused on Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI). The question…How quickly should the utilities move forward with systems that use real time/time of use or interval meters with two way communications and new data management?

Clearly, most utilities are addressing the potential of advanced metering needs of all customers. Few want to risk getting seriously behind the technology adoption curve. The need to embrace Automated Meter Reading (AMR) has been around for two decades. And after a slow start, penetration levels have risen to almost 25% in the US. The great need for a real time flow of information is still being highly sought out as the solution in this slow but surly evolving market.

Why the long winding road to deregulation…

• Utilities Concerns and Barriers to Market Entry

• Conquering Advanced Metering Costs and Risks

• Weighing the cost and benefits

• Danger of committing too early in today’s technology
• The Regulatory Dilemma

• Policy catching up with technology maturity

• Technology Risks/forcing premature technology choices

• Will it improve outage response and cut field working costs?

• And much more…


Finally, will AMI/AMR live up to its promises to increase significantly the accuracy of load forecasting and management and extend cost savings programs to new audiences and customers?

Many utilities are rolling out advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) systems in the near future, or plan to do so. However, another one of their major concerns… once they have advanced meters and the communications system that records and transmits interval data, where do they store all of this data? What’s more, what can they do with this data?

ConectiSys’ Value of Being Certified as a Meter Data Management Systems/Agent (MDMS)…

Meter Data Management Systems (MDMS) – next generation technology (HNET™) that merges the ability to store and utilize meter data. Whereas utilities with AMI/AMR previously used data warehouses or CIS/billing systems, or still do, many are now migrating to MDMS. In one popular configuration, MDMS operates as the utility’s central hub, serving many departments.

Because of the important role MDMS can play, many professionals see benefits in deploying these systems before installing AMR technologies. Some industry experts believe once MDMS is integrated system-wide, it will be easier to integrate AMR (HNET™ technology) to MDMS, rather than vice-versa.

In summary…MDMS/AMI are the wave of the future. The industry will continue to explore the value in new technologies, and utility/customer benefits driving MDMS/AMR system development.

How much meter data that is useful, who should have ownership of these systems and will the customer be able to manage their usage and cost? These questions and issues are being aggressively addressed by the industry and will be leading the way in this new and exciting development of the energy market.




:eek::eek::eek:Please note: The Company will be sending a supplemental report on the 20th of this month. :eek::eek::eek:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.361.013 von Trader007007 am 18.03.07 20:22:21...will be sending...
Das hieße, das Unternehmen weiß noch nicht,
wann genau...

...is sending...
würde bedeuten: Jawohl, genau an diesem Tag...

;)
Nebhotep
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.361.781 von Nebhotep am 18.03.07 20:54:49Bei der zweiten Version muß es heißen:
is going to send...

Sorry

:)

Neb
"will be sending" = wird senden

heisst nicht, dass sie es noch nicht wissen!!!

Es heisst ganz klar, dass sie an diesem Tag senden.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.366.705 von Lupin65 am 19.03.07 10:17:43Ich habe gerade zu diesem sprachlichen
Problem vor einigen Wochen mit einem Schotten
einen ausführlichen Diskurs geführt...

Wie dem auch sei: offen wir mal auf
auf GUTE NEWS morgen - vielleicht über
den im Januar in Aussicht gestellten
Vertragsabschluß...?!

;)
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.550.245 von Trader007007 am 28.03.07 20:25:06umsonst sollte in diesem Bereich nicht soviel den Besitzer wechseln??? - also erst mal wieder noch abwarten.
cf
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.550.957 von cienfuego am 28.03.07 21:12:52Sollte nicht schon längst mal ein Vertrag bekannt gemacht worden sein!

Nix kam! :cry:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.618.686 von c77k am 02.04.07 10:45:31ich glaube das ich mein ganzes geld abschreiben darf. halte den dreck schon über ein jahr. durchschnitt war 0,001

wenn das meine freundin erfährt wieviel schuhe ich da vernichttet habe dann dann schieß die mich zum mond.

:cry::cry::cry::cry:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.618.686 von c77k am 02.04.07 10:45:31ach ja etliche hundert schuhe hätte sie kaufen können ich trottel

mehr kann ich dazu nicht sagen
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.644.202 von gartenriese am 03.04.07 17:37:42Also ich glaube immer noch an einen Kurs von 0.10 Dollar. :cool:
Einfach liegen lassen un in ein paar Jahren wieder nach CNES schauen ;)
bin auch mit 3.000,-- EUR zu 0,0010 investiert. Müsst nicht mal auf 0,10$ gehen. Wär schon mit 0,0030 EUR zufrieden...
Tsja bin ja noch nicht so alt und kann auch noch etwas warten :laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.666.451 von Peterace am 04.04.07 20:05:40bleibt ja nix anderes übrig als liegen zu lassen!

:(
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.673.279 von c77k am 05.04.07 10:54:07:p

hab mein depot heut noch mal vollgehauen mit dem zeuch.

mal schauen
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.684.781 von ditano am 05.04.07 22:31:14da wünsch ich dir viel glück damit...:):):)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.684.781 von ditano am 05.04.07 22:31:14wo ich wirklich freude habe ist zur zeit enpar tech. dort scheint es so langsam richtig los zu gehen. die habne weltweite patente und es kommen viele positive news.

gr
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.706.133 von gartenriese am 07.04.07 17:53:15bei mir wars dendreon,

erwarte mir hier bei cnes ähnlichen kursverlauf...:)

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.706.359 von Trader007007 am 07.04.07 19:02:10hier nochmal die bisherige jahreszusammenfassung:lick:





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:eek::eek::eek:Monatsbericht Januar vom 10. Januar 2007:eek::eek::eek:


http://www.conectisys.com/Investor_Relations/Monthly_Reports…


FROM THE DESK OF ROD LIGHTHIPE

Happy New Year and from all of us at ConectiSys, we hope all of our shareholders enjoyed the holiday season with your family and friends.

The Company is beginning 2007 with a great sense of optimism. After exploring many opportunities to diversify Company operations and assets during 2006, we successfully completed a strategic relationship in late November with Trimark Associates of Folsom, California. Trimark is a certified Meter Service Provider (MSP) and Meter Data Management Agent (MDMA) in California and various other States.

The Company’s relationship with Trimark completes a long term CNES goal and will enable us to provide a comprehensive all-in-one service to future customers including electric meter technology, installation, service, data management and customer billing. We are now a “one stop shop.”

That being said …Trimark also provides CNES a base of existing customers to which we can market out metering technology and engineering capabilities. This marketing relationship has already borne fruit. At this time, I can tell our shareholders that we are in final negotiations with a major commercial customer in California to install our wireless communications technology to read electric meters. We should be announcing this contract in the near future.

It is my sincere belief that this pending announcement will be followed by additional milestone events in 2007 as the entire CNES management team strives to increase shareholder value.



THIS MONTHS ARTICLE:

ADVANCED METERING PENETRATION AND THE REGULATORY CHALLENGES
By Jonathan Spencer Jones

Demand response has an important role to play in both the wholesale and retail electricity market in the US – but advanced meeting and the other technologies needed to support significant demand response deployment as yet have little market penetration.


These are among the main conclusions of the Federal Energy regulatory Commission’s (FERC) Staff Report “Assessment of Demand Response and Advanced Metering”, prepared as a requirement of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct 2005) (EPAct 2005) to review these and other demand response issues following the enactment of the Act.

“The fact that we were specifically asked by congress to review advanced metering is recognition of its importance in demand response”, says FERC economist David Kathan, who led the team that prepared the report. “And we also aimed to provide information that would be useful for discussions at the state level on advanced metering.

For the purpose of the study demand response was defined as: “Changes in electric usage by end-use customers from their normal consumption patterns in response to changes in the price of electricity over time, or use at time or incentive payments designed to induce lower electricity use at times of high wholesale market prices or when system reliability is jeopardized.”

This then allows demand response to be categorized into tow groups - incentive-based demand response., including direct load control, interruptible/curtailable rates, demand bidding/buyback programmes, emergency demand response programmes, capacity market programmes and ancillary services market programmes; and time-based rates, including time-of-use rates, critical peak pricing, and real time pricing.

“The study found that the penetration of AMI is 5.9% across the US…”

The study, which was based on a survey of 3,365 organizations across the US representing all aspect of its electricity industry, found that demand response is so fare not widespread, with only about 200 entities offering programmes to only 5% of the customer base. The most common programmes are direct load control, interruptible/curtailable programmes, and time-of-use rates.

These existing programmes provide a total potential demand response resource contribution estimated at about 37,500 MW, with the largest contributions in most regions from the wholesale and industrial sectors. This corresponds to a potential (relative to summer peak demand) between 3% to 7% in most regions, except in the Midwest (the North American Electric Reliability Councils Midwest Reliability Organization region) where it is up to 20%.

ADVANCED METERING PENETRATION

The study found that the penetration of advanced meting infrastructure (AMI) is 5.9% across the US, ranging from zero deployment to 11 states to the highest of almost 53% in Pennsylvania, somewhat less than earlier estimates that had put the penetration at closer to 10%.

“In context advanced meting is a system that records consumption at least hourly and retrieve these reads at least daily,” says Kathan.

However, when the figures are broken down they reveal some interesting facts. First there are regional variations, with the greatest penetration, 14% and above, in the NERC’s Reliability First Corporations and Southwest Power Pool regions (the Mid-Atlantic and portions of the Midwest and the Midsouth respectively).

All the other regions have lower than average penetration, as low as 1% in the Western Electricity Coordinating Council region.

By: Marsha Lee Casspi, Marketing Director









http://www.conectisys.com/Investor_Relations/Press_Releases/…



PRESS RELEASE * PRESS RELEASE * PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ConectiSys News A WIRELESS COMMERCIAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS CO CONECTISYS SIGNS FIRST CONTRACT FOR INSTALLATION OF H-NET™ TECHNOLOGY


Valencia, California—Tuesday, January 30, 2007


ConectiSys Corporation (OTCBB: CNES), a developer of automatic meter reading technologies, announced today that it has entered into a contract with Trimark Associates, Inc. to install and maintain ConectiSys’ proprietary H-NET™ wireless electric metering technology in Northern California. ConectiSys estimates that the initial contract has a revenue potential of up to $500,000. This commercial effort will involve the installation by ConectiSys of its H-NET™ technology for a key irrigation district cooperative. Trimark Associates, Inc. is expected to provide Meter Service Provider and Meter Data Management Agent services for this project.

Robert Spigno, ConectiSys Founder and Chairman said today, “This is a milestone event for ConectiSys. We expect this contract to be the first in a series of contracts for H-NET™ technology installations throughout California.”

Safe Harbor Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: The statements contained herein that are not historical are forward-looking statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed in the forward-looking statements including, but not limited to: ConectiSys’ ability to generate any revenue and collect any fees associated with the Trimark Associates, Inc. project; ConectiSys’ ability to successfully provide services to Trimark Associates, Inc. and install and operate the H-NET™ technology; ConectiSys’ ability to secure additional clients and contracts to install and operate its H-NET™ technology throughout California; ConectiSys’ ability to secure additional funding, or its inability to secure additional funding except on relatively disadvantageous terms, to support day-to-day operations and expected growth; ConectiSys’ ability to commercialize, further develop or generate revenues from its H-NET™ automatic meter reading products or technologies; and other risks detailed from time to time in ConectiSys’ periodic reports and other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including its most recent Annual Report on Form 10-KSB filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on January 16, 2007. INVESTOR RELATIONS: Luca S. Spigno (661) 295-6763 Ext 204 mailto:InvestorRelations@ConectiSys.comWebsite: www.conectisys.com











:eek::eek::eek:Monatsbericht Februar vom 12. Februar 2007:eek::eek::eek:


http://www.conectisys.com/Investor_Relations/Monthly_Reports…


From the desk of Rod Lighthipe

As many of our shareholders will recall, I stated in the January / 2007 newsletter that a significant milestone for the Company was eminent. At this time, I am pleased to announce that ConectiSys has received its first contract to install the CNES HNET™ based technology in a commercial and revenue producing setting. The initial value of this work is valued at approximately $ 500,000. A press release regarding this contract was made to the public financial markets on January 30th follow link to CNES Press. This work involves the placement of our wireless network in an agricultural setting and its associated irrigation pumps and transmitting the electric meter data from the pumps to an MDMA (Meter Data Management Agent). In this instance, the MDMA is our Strategic Partner, Trimark Associates.

Assuming a successful installation and a satisfied customer, I expect follow on contracts with this same customer that will provide additional revenue for the Company over the next several years.

That being said … this is the Good News. The even better news is that several other opportunities for the commercial deployment of CNES technology and networks appear to be developing quickly. I hope to announce those developments in the very near future.


In conclusion, I believe 2007 will be our “break out” year at CNES

ROD LIGHTHIPE Director of Business Development ConectiSys News









:eek::eek::eek:Monatsbericht März vom 12. März 2007:eek::eek::eek:

http://www.conectisys.com/Investor_Relations/Monthly_Reports…


Please note: The Company will be sending a supplemental report on the 20th of this month.


From the Desk of Rod Lighthipe

Marsha Casspi, the CNES Director of Marketing, and I have collaborated this month on a summary of where we believe the State of the Industry is regarding AMR. We also give you an insight into how we monitor industry milestones and progress.

See you next month........


State of the Industry


Keeping up to date with the energy industry and its progress is of up most importance to the Company. Through research, we see that our continued vision and path to market are right on target. The challenges of Advanced Metering in this new emerging energy market are an up hill climb for the changing energy industry at large.

One of our major sources for our research here at ConectiSys is Chartwell.
Chartwell is one of the US independent information services company providing best practices research and analysis to the utility and energy industry.

Utility and energy industry professionals from more than fifty countries depend on Chartwell’s research.

On a daily basis, Chartwell researchers and editors focus solely on the utility and energy industry conducting in-depth interviews, analysis, and industry surveys in order to document strategic developments in the industry.

Chartwell was specifically asked by congress to review advanced metering which is a great recognition of the important role they play in this evolving industry. Chartwell brings their in depth research together for the utility management professionals to focus on the state of the industry, sharing their expertise and experiences. They tackle the toughest issues of the day in today’s energy market. They also aim to provide this information that would be useful for discussions at the state level on advanced metering“

Today’s, discussions throughout the US are focused on Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI). The question…How quickly should the utilities move forward with systems that use real time/time of use or interval meters with two way communications and new data management?

Clearly, most utilities are addressing the potential of advanced metering needs of all customers. Few want to risk getting seriously behind the technology adoption curve. The need to embrace Automated Meter Reading (AMR) has been around for two decades. And after a slow start, penetration levels have risen to almost 25% in the US. The great need for a real time flow of information is still being highly sought out as the solution in this slow but surly evolving market.

Why the long winding road to deregulation…

• Utilities Concerns and Barriers to Market Entry

• Conquering Advanced Metering Costs and Risks

• Weighing the cost and benefits

• Danger of committing too early in today’s technology
• The Regulatory Dilemma

• Policy catching up with technology maturity

• Technology Risks/forcing premature technology choices

• Will it improve outage response and cut field working costs?

• And much more…


Finally, will AMI/AMR live up to its promises to increase significantly the accuracy of load forecasting and management and extend cost savings programs to new audiences and customers?

Many utilities are rolling out advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) systems in the near future, or plan to do so. However, another one of their major concerns… once they have advanced meters and the communications system that records and transmits interval data, where do they store all of this data? What’s more, what can they do with this data?

ConectiSys’ Value of Being Certified as a Meter Data Management Systems/Agent (MDMS)…

Meter Data Management Systems (MDMS) – next generation technology (HNET™) that merges the ability to store and utilize meter data. Whereas utilities with AMI/AMR previously used data warehouses or CIS/billing systems, or still do, many are now migrating to MDMS. In one popular configuration, MDMS operates as the utility’s central hub, serving many departments.

Because of the important role MDMS can play, many professionals see benefits in deploying these systems before installing AMR technologies. Some industry experts believe once MDMS is integrated system-wide, it will be easier to integrate AMR (HNET™ technology) to MDMS, rather than vice-versa.

In summary…MDMS/AMI are the wave of the future. The industry will continue to explore the value in new technologies, and utility/customer benefits driving MDMS/AMR system development.

How much meter data that is useful, who should have ownership of these systems and will the customer be able to manage their usage and cost? These questions and issues are being aggressively addressed by the industry and will be leading the way in this new and exciting development of the energy market.









23.03.2007

The CNES supplemental Monthly Report scheduled for March 20th has been delayed.

Please look forward to receiving the added information in the April
CNES Monthly Report.

We apologize for the delay.


http://lists.conectisys.com/pipermail/shareholders/2007-Marc…





Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.706.416 von Trader007007 am 07.04.07 19:18:59siehst Du das als Osterhasen-Geschenk??
cf
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.706.456 von cienfuego am 07.04.07 19:32:10vielleicht gibt´s eine dicke osterüberraschung, mal sehn:)
naja am Donnerstag also morgen soll ja der MR kommen!
Vielleicht wissen wir mehr....:look:
Report IV Volume 2007 April 11, 2007
MARKETING
FROM THE DESK OF ROD LIGHTHIPE
I am pleased to announce that on March 27, 2007
the Company retained a well respected hardware
and software design firm with experience in the
deployment of commercial scale wireless products
and systems. This engagement will enable us (1)
to meet our product cost reduction goals, (2)
achieve our competitive price targets and (3)
prepare the Company for commercial scale
manufacturing.
As we prepare CNES for its anticipated growth
during the next 12-18 months, Chairman Spigno
and I realize that the marketplace requires that we
focus on product costs and manufacturability
resulting in competitive pricing for our core
HNET™ products. Our product design team
consolidates the cost reduction effort and
manufacturing processes under one roof and
facilitates our desire to complete our goals in a
timely manner for marketing purposes.
That being said ….. I am traveling extensively this
Spring, visiting potential customers.
Progress also continues on our current contract;
look to next months report for more…
As always, all of us at ConectiSys are striving to
bring value to our shareholders. We look forward
to seeing you at the upcoming shareholders
meeting that will be announced soon.
Regards / ROD LIGHTHIPE]
Director of Business Development
ConectiSys Corp. /monthly report/2007/
By: Marsha Lee Casspi, Marketing Director
and wait and wait and wait to next MR!

immer das selbe...
na hoffentlich lohnt es sich bald die warterei!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.772.891 von c77k am 12.04.07 11:08:25genau bla bla bla bla..., wozu geben die überhaupt jeden Monat son Report raus??? Im Prinzip steht doch immer das selbe drin:"Bald ist es soweit, schaut in unseren nexten Report." Das is doch alles für´n A...:mad::mad::mad:

Man sollte sie alle erschießen, hängen und dann vierteilen.

Verdammte Kacke hätte ich man lieber K+S gekauft, die haben in der gleichen Zeit über 100 Prozent gemacht. Hat jemand ne idee wie man die übriggebliebenen 2,50€ von CNES gewinnbringend anlegen kann, da gibt´s auf´m Hamburger-Kiez nicht mal mehr n Bier für... :laugh::laugh::laugh:




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:eek::eek::eek:Monatsbericht Januar vom 10. Januar 2007:eek::eek::eek:


http://www.conectisys.com/Investor_Relations/Monthly_Reports…


FROM THE DESK OF ROD LIGHTHIPE

Happy New Year and from all of us at ConectiSys, we hope all of our shareholders enjoyed the holiday season with your family and friends.

The Company is beginning 2007 with a great sense of optimism. After exploring many opportunities to diversify Company operations and assets during 2006, we successfully completed a strategic relationship in late November with Trimark Associates of Folsom, California. Trimark is a certified Meter Service Provider (MSP) and Meter Data Management Agent (MDMA) in California and various other States.

The Company’s relationship with Trimark completes a long term CNES goal and will enable us to provide a comprehensive all-in-one service to future customers including electric meter technology, installation, service, data management and customer billing. We are now a “one stop shop.”

That being said …Trimark also provides CNES a base of existing customers to which we can market out metering technology and engineering capabilities. This marketing relationship has already borne fruit. At this time, I can tell our shareholders that we are in final negotiations with a major commercial customer in California to install our wireless communications technology to read electric meters. We should be announcing this contract in the near future.

It is my sincere belief that this pending announcement will be followed by additional milestone events in 2007 as the entire CNES management team strives to increase shareholder value.



THIS MONTHS ARTICLE:

ADVANCED METERING PENETRATION AND THE REGULATORY CHALLENGES
By Jonathan Spencer Jones

Demand response has an important role to play in both the wholesale and retail electricity market in the US – but advanced meeting and the other technologies needed to support significant demand response deployment as yet have little market penetration.


These are among the main conclusions of the Federal Energy regulatory Commission’s (FERC) Staff Report “Assessment of Demand Response and Advanced Metering”, prepared as a requirement of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct 2005) (EPAct 2005) to review these and other demand response issues following the enactment of the Act.

“The fact that we were specifically asked by congress to review advanced metering is recognition of its importance in demand response”, says FERC economist David Kathan, who led the team that prepared the report. “And we also aimed to provide information that would be useful for discussions at the state level on advanced metering.

For the purpose of the study demand response was defined as: “Changes in electric usage by end-use customers from their normal consumption patterns in response to changes in the price of electricity over time, or use at time or incentive payments designed to induce lower electricity use at times of high wholesale market prices or when system reliability is jeopardized.”

This then allows demand response to be categorized into tow groups - incentive-based demand response., including direct load control, interruptible/curtailable rates, demand bidding/buyback programmes, emergency demand response programmes, capacity market programmes and ancillary services market programmes; and time-based rates, including time-of-use rates, critical peak pricing, and real time pricing.

“The study found that the penetration of AMI is 5.9% across the US…”

The study, which was based on a survey of 3,365 organizations across the US representing all aspect of its electricity industry, found that demand response is so fare not widespread, with only about 200 entities offering programmes to only 5% of the customer base. The most common programmes are direct load control, interruptible/curtailable programmes, and time-of-use rates.

These existing programmes provide a total potential demand response resource contribution estimated at about 37,500 MW, with the largest contributions in most regions from the wholesale and industrial sectors. This corresponds to a potential (relative to summer peak demand) between 3% to 7% in most regions, except in the Midwest (the North American Electric Reliability Councils Midwest Reliability Organization region) where it is up to 20%.

ADVANCED METERING PENETRATION

The study found that the penetration of advanced meting infrastructure (AMI) is 5.9% across the US, ranging from zero deployment to 11 states to the highest of almost 53% in Pennsylvania, somewhat less than earlier estimates that had put the penetration at closer to 10%.

“In context advanced meting is a system that records consumption at least hourly and retrieve these reads at least daily,” says Kathan.

However, when the figures are broken down they reveal some interesting facts. First there are regional variations, with the greatest penetration, 14% and above, in the NERC’s Reliability First Corporations and Southwest Power Pool regions (the Mid-Atlantic and portions of the Midwest and the Midsouth respectively).

All the other regions have lower than average penetration, as low as 1% in the Western Electricity Coordinating Council region.

By: Marsha Lee Casspi, Marketing Director









http://www.conectisys.com/Investor_Relations/Press_Releases/…



PRESS RELEASE * PRESS RELEASE * PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ConectiSys News A WIRELESS COMMERCIAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS CO CONECTISYS SIGNS FIRST CONTRACT FOR INSTALLATION OF H-NET™ TECHNOLOGY


Valencia, California—Tuesday, January 30, 2007


ConectiSys Corporation (OTCBB: CNES), a developer of automatic meter reading technologies, announced today that it has entered into a contract with Trimark Associates, Inc. to install and maintain ConectiSys’ proprietary H-NET™ wireless electric metering technology in Northern California. ConectiSys estimates that the initial contract has a revenue potential of up to $500,000. This commercial effort will involve the installation by ConectiSys of its H-NET™ technology for a key irrigation district cooperative. Trimark Associates, Inc. is expected to provide Meter Service Provider and Meter Data Management Agent services for this project.

Robert Spigno, ConectiSys Founder and Chairman said today, “This is a milestone event for ConectiSys. We expect this contract to be the first in a series of contracts for H-NET™ technology installations throughout California.”

Safe Harbor Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: The statements contained herein that are not historical are forward-looking statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed in the forward-looking statements including, but not limited to: ConectiSys’ ability to generate any revenue and collect any fees associated with the Trimark Associates, Inc. project; ConectiSys’ ability to successfully provide services to Trimark Associates, Inc. and install and operate the H-NET™ technology; ConectiSys’ ability to secure additional clients and contracts to install and operate its H-NET™ technology throughout California; ConectiSys’ ability to secure additional funding, or its inability to secure additional funding except on relatively disadvantageous terms, to support day-to-day operations and expected growth; ConectiSys’ ability to commercialize, further develop or generate revenues from its H-NET™ automatic meter reading products or technologies; and other risks detailed from time to time in ConectiSys’ periodic reports and other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including its most recent Annual Report on Form 10-KSB filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on January 16, 2007. INVESTOR RELATIONS: Luca S. Spigno (661) 295-6763 Ext 204 mailto:InvestorRelations@ConectiSys.comWebsite: www.conectisys.com











:eek::eek::eek:Monatsbericht Februar vom 12. Februar 2007:eek::eek::eek:


http://www.conectisys.com/Investor_Relations/Monthly_Reports…


From the desk of Rod Lighthipe

As many of our shareholders will recall, I stated in the January / 2007 newsletter that a significant milestone for the Company was eminent. At this time, I am pleased to announce that ConectiSys has received its first contract to install the CNES HNET™ based technology in a commercial and revenue producing setting. The initial value of this work is valued at approximately $ 500,000. A press release regarding this contract was made to the public financial markets on January 30th follow link to CNES Press. This work involves the placement of our wireless network in an agricultural setting and its associated irrigation pumps and transmitting the electric meter data from the pumps to an MDMA (Meter Data Management Agent). In this instance, the MDMA is our Strategic Partner, Trimark Associates.

Assuming a successful installation and a satisfied customer, I expect follow on contracts with this same customer that will provide additional revenue for the Company over the next several years.

That being said … this is the Good News. The even better news is that several other opportunities for the commercial deployment of CNES technology and networks appear to be developing quickly. I hope to announce those developments in the very near future.


In conclusion, I believe 2007 will be our “break out” year at CNES

ROD LIGHTHIPE Director of Business Development ConectiSys News









:eek::eek::eek:Monatsbericht März vom 12. März 2007:eek::eek::eek:

http://www.conectisys.com/Investor_Relations/Monthly_Reports…


From the Desk of Rod Lighthipe

Marsha Casspi, the CNES Director of Marketing, and I have collaborated this month on a summary of where we believe the State of the Industry is regarding AMR. We also give you an insight into how we monitor industry milestones and progress.

See you next month........


State of the Industry


Keeping up to date with the energy industry and its progress is of up most importance to the Company. Through research, we see that our continued vision and path to market are right on target. The challenges of Advanced Metering in this new emerging energy market are an up hill climb for the changing energy industry at large.

One of our major sources for our research here at ConectiSys is Chartwell.
Chartwell is one of the US independent information services company providing best practices research and analysis to the utility and energy industry.

Utility and energy industry professionals from more than fifty countries depend on Chartwell’s research.

On a daily basis, Chartwell researchers and editors focus solely on the utility and energy industry conducting in-depth interviews, analysis, and industry surveys in order to document strategic developments in the industry.

Chartwell was specifically asked by congress to review advanced metering which is a great recognition of the important role they play in this evolving industry. Chartwell brings their in depth research together for the utility management professionals to focus on the state of the industry, sharing their expertise and experiences. They tackle the toughest issues of the day in today’s energy market. They also aim to provide this information that would be useful for discussions at the state level on advanced metering“

Today’s, discussions throughout the US are focused on Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI). The question…How quickly should the utilities move forward with systems that use real time/time of use or interval meters with two way communications and new data management?

Clearly, most utilities are addressing the potential of advanced metering needs of all customers. Few want to risk getting seriously behind the technology adoption curve. The need to embrace Automated Meter Reading (AMR) has been around for two decades. And after a slow start, penetration levels have risen to almost 25% in the US. The great need for a real time flow of information is still being highly sought out as the solution in this slow but surly evolving market.

Why the long winding road to deregulation…

• Utilities Concerns and Barriers to Market Entry

• Conquering Advanced Metering Costs and Risks

• Weighing the cost and benefits

• Danger of committing too early in today’s technology
• The Regulatory Dilemma

• Policy catching up with technology maturity

• Technology Risks/forcing premature technology choices

• Will it improve outage response and cut field working costs?

• And much more…


Finally, will AMI/AMR live up to its promises to increase significantly the accuracy of load forecasting and management and extend cost savings programs to new audiences and customers?

Many utilities are rolling out advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) systems in the near future, or plan to do so. However, another one of their major concerns… once they have advanced meters and the communications system that records and transmits interval data, where do they store all of this data? What’s more, what can they do with this data?

ConectiSys’ Value of Being Certified as a Meter Data Management Systems/Agent (MDMS)…

Meter Data Management Systems (MDMS) – next generation technology (HNET™) that merges the ability to store and utilize meter data. Whereas utilities with AMI/AMR previously used data warehouses or CIS/billing systems, or still do, many are now migrating to MDMS. In one popular configuration, MDMS operates as the utility’s central hub, serving many departments.

Because of the important role MDMS can play, many professionals see benefits in deploying these systems before installing AMR technologies. Some industry experts believe once MDMS is integrated system-wide, it will be easier to integrate AMR (HNET™ technology) to MDMS, rather than vice-versa.

In summary…MDMS/AMI are the wave of the future. The industry will continue to explore the value in new technologies, and utility/customer benefits driving MDMS/AMR system development.

How much meter data that is useful, who should have ownership of these systems and will the customer be able to manage their usage and cost? These questions and issues are being aggressively addressed by the industry and will be leading the way in this new and exciting development of the energy market.








:eek::eek::eek:Monatsbericht April vom 11. April 2007:eek::eek::eek:

http://www.conectisys.com/Investor_Relations/Monthly_Reports…

FROM THE DESK OF ROD LIGHTHIPE

I am pleased to announce that on March 27, 2007 the Company retained a well respected hardware and software design firm with experience in the deployment of commercial scale wireless products and systems.

This engagement will enable us

(1) to meet our product cost reduction goals,

(2) achieve our competitive price targets and

(3) prepare the Company for commercial scale manufacturing.


As we prepare CNES for its anticipated growth during the next 12-18 months, Chairman Spigno and I realize that the marketplace requires that we focus on product costs and manufacturability resulting in competitive pricing for our core HNET™ products. Our product design team consolidates the cost reduction effort and manufacturing processes under one roof and facilitates our desire to complete our goals in a timely manner for marketing purposes.

That being said ….. I am traveling extensively this Spring, visiting potential customers.

Progress also continues on our current contract; look to next months report for more…

As always, all of us at ConectiSys are striving to bring value to our shareholders.

We look forward to seeing you at the upcoming shareholders meeting that will be announced soon.

ROD LIGHTHIPE Director of Business Development





Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.147.717 von Trader007007 am 05.05.07 11:35:04wie soll das noch weitergehen????:confused::confused:
wenn die news keine lügen sind, geht´s irgendwann turbomässig nach oben:lick:
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