I do not expect to see results for the first fiscal quarter ending January 2015 until well into March. The consensus estimate is for a loss of two pennies on $48.0 million in total sales. If achieved these results would represent 8% top-line growth and a reduction in the bottom line loss by half. The company has been building sales and trimming its operating losses over the past six months or so. Any upside surprise in financial results could reinforce the new found interest in FCEL.