EXTREME Weekly portfolio Update


Performance last week : 2021-02-22 – 2021-02-28

ESGFIREAT40 Portfolio: +52 % 

Dow Jones: -1,8 %
Nasdaq -5 %

Performance YTD:
ESGFIREAT40 Portfolio: +111 % 

Dow Jones: +2,36%
Dow Jones: +1%

Top performers:
Cielo Waste Solutions $CMC.CN / $CWSFF + 252 %
Blue Bird Corp $BLBD + 17 %

Grande West Transportation $BUS / $BUSXF –
Enzymatica $ENZY
Environmental Waste International $YEWTF

Portfolio update comment:
The past week was a crazy one for the stock markets especially for our portfolio . While Nasdaq went down 5 % our portfolio skyrocketed up 52 % thanks to Cielo Waste solutions (ticker CMC.CN / CWSFF for the US OTC listing) which decided to rise an incredible 252 %. The fellow readers which bought shares in Cielo when I first wrote about the company on Twitter (Handle: Frivid40) in late january got in at 0,095 cents a share compared to fridays closing price of 0.90 cents, thats a 947 % gain in one months time!

I want to congratulate everyone who has made gains on this share the latest weeks. However I personally believe this is only the beginning for Cielo Waste Solutions. The cause for fridays 82 % gain can be attributed to the famous investor Robert McWhirter which gave Cielo a price target of 8 USD when we visited BNN (link to interview: http://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/market-call/robert-mcwhirter-discusses-cielo-waste-solutions~2149646).

The explanation for this price target from Robert McWhirter is that Cielo will have the same amount of output in fuel production as its closest peer Gevo (listed on Nasdaq with ticker GEVO) but closer in time and for a fraction of its cost. Since Gevo is sitting a close to 2 billion USD market cap and Cielo is about 250 million USD this has of course excited many speculators on the stock market.

I have a huge long term conviction for Cielo but as always be cautious of dips and profit takings . As always none of this is to be considered financial advice, do your own analysis and always DIVERSIFY your portfolio !

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Massive opportunity in the School Bus EV sector

Company: Blue Bird Corp
Business: School bus manufacturing
Ticker symbol: BLBD
Listing: Nasdaq USA
Market cap: 720 Million USD
Share price: 26,55 USD
Turnover: 879 Million USD in 2020
Website: https://www.blue-bird.com/

Company introduction:

Blue Bird Corp (BLBD) is the leading school bus manufacturer in the US that has developed an electric vehicle solution already available for large scale commercialization. With schools about to open up again, BLBD will face an explosion of pent-up demand for electric school buses. BLBD is significantly undervalued relative to EV peers and even more so as a reopening play.Biden’s 500,000 electric school buses in five years plan is a great opportunity for BLBD’s school bus niche. A narrative shift comparable to the contract that moved Workhorse’s valuation to $4B+ will most likely move BLBD multiples a lot higher.

Peer evaluation comparison:

As you can see above Blue Bird Corp is massively undervalued to comparable peers at least when it comes to using EV/revenue as an evaluation multiple which is something that the EV market in general looks to as a meaningfull comparison.

The three noted electric school bus peers above are valued on future revenue and largely unproven business models. Unlike its peers, Blue Bird Corp has a proven fleet of reliable vehicles, along-side electric buses already being commercialized. As opposed to speculating on growth in future years, investing in Blue Bird Corp, which is not only profitable, but already controls a majority stake of the EV market for school buses could be a wise choice.

Undervalued and Underappreciated

Blue Bird Corp (BLBD) is an undiscovered powerhouse in the electric vehicle (EV) space. Its most likely the best EV value for money in the market today and is set to dominate the upcoming EV school bus manufacturing explosion.

BLBD is the leading independent designer and manufacturer of school buses in the United States, with over 150,000 buses in operation today. BLBD is also the market leader in alternative fuel applications with its propane powered, electric, and compressed natural gas-powered school buses. BLBD is most likely the immediate front runner to capitalize on the school bus electrification plans of the Biden Administration. With child safety of the utmost importance, we believe BLBD’s decades of experience in manufacturing buses and its extensive relationships with school boards, give it a powerful edge against competitors.

To date, BLBD is and remains the #1 electric school bus manufacturer in the US. On 12/9/20, BLBD announced it had delivered its 300th electric school bus, more than every other company combined. As noted on page 8 of BLBD’s 7/21/20 investor presentation, an electric school bus currently costs $350K vs. $100K for its diesel fueled one. Although the 3.5x premium appears pricey, the operational and maintenance costs are lower compared to diesel. With federal mandates now enacted, subsidies will cover the lion’s share of the cost.

BLBD has a 20-year history of profitability, and a reputation for safety. With children’s safety playing the most critical role in the decision-making process, we think BLBD will be the obvious choice for schools and districts. An example of bus safety gone bad, BLBD’s competitor Proterra’s entire fleet was taken off the road in February 2020 in Philadelphia due to mechanical issues – the third fleet issue identified within a year.

Biden’s election victory over Trump was a big victory for BLBD. Immediately after inauguration, Biden instituted his “Back to School” reopening pledge. We believe this provides a near-term margin of safety for getting school buses back on the road, and for BLBD’s business to accelerate forward again. Horlock stated on 2/10/21 in the fiscal Q121 earnings call:

When schools are closed, buses aren’t being ordered. The good news is that when schools are open, it’s business as usual, with school bus orders being placed. That’s great for us to know as we move forward. Following the recent holiday break, however, we have been seeing more schools resuming in-classroom teaching, and that’s led to increased quarter activity for our new buses.

As stated in this article, Biden wants to open most schools within his first 100 days in office. Biden called on Congress to direct at least $130B to schools, and $350B to state and local governments to help prevent school layoffs. Teachers remain on track as the next in line to receive a COVID vaccine after essential workers. We think the clear path forward will make for an aggressive buying season for EV school buses as early as the fall.

Evaluation and business case Summary

At its current valuation, BLBD provides ample margin of safety on the legacy school bus business, with multi-bagger upside on the inevitable conversion to electric.
If the Biden administration is serious about replacing the 500,000 school buses to electric within 5 years, BLBD will need a lot more capacity. For example, if BLBD reaches a production capacity of 10K school buses per year, that would give the company $3.5B in annual revenues for its electric school buses. If we apply an EV/Revenue evaluation of 5 for BLBD ( which is 50 % below Proterra’s current multiple) we get a market cap of 17,5 billion USD. Compared to todays market cap of 720 million USD. This example equals an upside of staggering 24 times todays share price = 645 USD and that based on relatively conservative multiples for the EV sector.

Remember the US market for switching 500 000 school buses to electric propulsion is worth 100 billion USD and the evaluation example above only assumes a market share of 3,5 % of this, and thats for the market leader in the alternative fuels sector of school buses namely Blue Bird Corp.

Credit in this post is given to White Diamond Research which created the original report on this great company.

As always do your own research and this is not to be considered financial advice in any way.

NEWS AND CEO interview with Thermal Energy International 2021-02-24

Company: Thermal Energy International
Business: Energy/carbon capturing and recycling
Ticker symbol: TMG.V in Canada and TMGEF for the US OTC.
Market cap: 32 Million CAD
Share price: 0,2 CAD
Listing: TSX Venture exchange and US OTC gray sheets
Turnover: 21 Million CAD in 2020
Revenue growth rate: 78% growth last quarter, Annually between 25-40 %
Website: https://www.thermalenergy.com/
Company Evaluation: EV/ Sales ~ 1,2 , EV/EBITDA ~10,6 , P/E ~19 *
Peer evaluation comparison : Xebec EV/Sales 17 X , Greenlane GRN Ev/sales 20 X

* Assuming Pre-covid-19 levels

This News Release Update was announced on 2021-02-24 AFTER our CEO interview. TMG has announced a big order by a prominent multinational brewer to supply a turn-key heat recovery system to one of its North American sites. The system, valued at over $1,000,000, will feature two of Thermal Energy’s proprietary heat recovery technologies, TMG is now working with three of the top five brewers worldwide.
Read more here: https://www.thermalenergy.com/uploads/1/2/6/0/126007628/thermal_energy_international_helps_prominent_beer_company_brew_up_more_emissions_reduction.pdf

ESG Comment 2021-02-24: We are impressed by the continued growth of TMG and their continued journey of becoming the market leader in their business. The latest order should open new sales opportunities for TMG which will generate even more growth. TMG continues to be extremely cheap evaluated compared to its peers. I believe TMG should conservatively speaking at least be valued at an EV/Sales multiple between 5-6 which would indicate a current share price between 0,83 – 1 CAD compared to the latest closing price of 0,20 CAD .

Company Introduction:

Thermal Energy International is a profitable established global provider of industrial energy efficiency solutions. Their proprietary products capture up to 80% of wasted energy from boiler plant and steam operations and recycle it back into the process. They are in other terms a provider of proprietary and proven energy and water efficiency and emission reduction products and solutions to the industrial, commercial, and institutional markets. TMG was established in 1991. The Company is headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, with offices in the U.K., Italy, Germany, and U. S
The company has many large international customers including several Fortune 500 companies[1].  TMG also has a long term plan for increasing both growth /results and also to grow investor awareness [2]

Thermal Energy International posted extremely strong numbers for FYQ2 2020 showing 78 % growth rate compared to the latest quarter. Gross profit rose 81 % compared to the last quarter. The cash position is also very strong at 5 million CAD and debt position is very low. All in all the financial situation is highly impressive for a company of this size.

We had a video conference call with the CEO Bill Crossland at Thermal Energy international recently to ask a few questions on the ongoing operations and forward-looking projections. Below you find a transcript of our call.

ESG: Hi Bill welcome to our conference call , we’re glad you could arrange a time for us to speak!
Bill: I’m glad to be here!

ESG: Given that you’re now running on a positive cashflow, do you see any risk of needing any new capital injection through private placement or similar procedure soon?

Bill: We do not see any such need at the moment since we have almost 5 million CAD in cash and a healthy balance sheet. Back in March 2020 nobody knew what the impact of  COVID would be so we attempted to reduce costs as much as possible to be proactive and conserve cash. We also obtained a $1 million government backed low interest COVID loan . Right now, including the COVID loan and the loan we obtained to acquire Boilerroom Equipment Inc (BEI) and the Heatsponge technology back in 2018, we have a total of $3.6 million in debt which is quite manageable.

ESG: I suspect that some of the good numbers in the latest report were somewhat due to pent up demand, do you expect you will be delivering the same growth numbers going forward?
Bill: Some was from pent up demand and the completion of stalled projects earlier on in the pandemic but some was also from new orders. Given the travel restrictions and site lock downs that characterized the early months of the pandemic getting access to customer sites to develop or complete projects became very difficult.

So a number of projects that were underway when the pandemic hit ground to a halt at the start of the pandemic . But our order intake for the first six months of this fiscal year is up 66% compared to the same period last year. So after the slowdown in Q4 and Q1 due to the pandemic, in Q2 we were able to resume work on many of the ongoing projects and start fulfilling some of the new orders.

Our business environment is of course still challenging due to COVID but more recently we have seen much stronger interest and activity from our customers. 

ESG: So where does the revenue for Thermal energy come from ?

Bill: We have 3 main product lines, Flu-Ace direct contact heat recovery solutions, GEM steam traps and Heatsponge indirect contact heat recovery systems. We also have two different ways of delivering our solutions to our customers, turnkey solutions and equipment only. Turnkey solutions represents about 70 % of our revenues. With turnkey solutions we design, engineer and install complete Flu-Ace, GEM and Heatsponge energy efficiency solutions utilizing our proprietary products and knowhow. We design these projects in partnership with our customers to meet or exceed their cost savings, return requirements and emission reductions expectations.

Equipment sales is when we just sell the Flu-Ace, GEM or Heatsponge equipment without installation. This represents about 30% of our revenue. As you would expect the equipment sale margins are higher but revenue much less. Equipment sales do not require the same level of site visits as turnkey solutions and that is the business that kept us going during pandemic lockdown.

ESG: Have you noticed any change in your customers behaviour the last year?

Bill: Yes, we are seeing a significant increase in our customers’ desire to reduce carbon emissions and a widespread commitment to “build back better”. Many countries and companies have recently increased their carbon emission reduction targets, Canada and the EU have announced aggressive increases in carbon taxes, Biden administration has said that climate change will be at the centre of all of its policy, the UK and EU have both recently increased their carbon emission reduction targets and investors are increasing requiring companies to do more and disclose more with respect to carbon emission reduction. The attitude towards our products and ESG investment in general seems to have changed significantly in the United States, Canada and Europe over the last 12 months.

ESG: What do you expect growth to look like going forward?

Bill: Our target is to continue to grow as we have in the past but investors should not look only at our quarterly results since these can be choppy due to the timing of large projects. For the  5 years ending just before the global pandemic we had a compound annual growth rate on our revenue of more than 30 %. While the site lockdowns and travel restrictions did cause a slowdown in our activity for a couple of quarters, our second quarter results just announced were very close to our pre-pandemic levels. As I mentioned many companies and countries around the world have recently increased their carbon emission reduction targets. As a society we currently waste more than 50% of the energy we use is lost due to inefficiency. Energy efficiency is by far the fastest, cheapest, and most significant way to reduce carbon emissions. And unlike other carbon emission reduction solutions, energy efficiency does not cost money,  it saves money.

The majority of our customers are very large multinational companies with hundreds of sites around the world. Our strategy going forward is to leverage our existing high quality customer base by implementing projects at multiple sites and cross selling our growing list of complimentary thermal energy efficiency products. The sales cycle for a new project with a new customer is quite long but once we have established their trust and confidence with the first project the sales cycle for subsequent projects cycle can be shorter. With relationships at the corporate or divisional level we often work in partnership with the customer to identify the next appropriate site for a project.

Our growth strategy also includes adding to our suite of complimentary products and growing our team and global footprint.

And we hope to do all of this both organically and by accretive acquisitions.

ESG: What is the payoff time for your products for your customers?
Bill: Usually our projects and products have a payback of  between 2 to 5 years but and our products can easily last as 30 – 40 years so the total return to the customer can be quite compelling.

ESG: Who are the competitors for TMG?

Bill: We generally do not compete with anybody thanks to our unique best-in-class proprietary products and solutions. Our turnkey solution approach and related proprietary knowhow tends to be a strong differentiator and competitive advantage for us. Usually when we first approach a customer they do not know about our products or what they can do. We deliver site specific turnkey solutions. So if they wanted to do something similar to what we provide they would first need to retain an engineering firm to develop and design the project, then they would need to try and source or piece together some equipment with similar capabilities and finally hire a contractor to install it all.  All of this could take years. Alternatively, they can just retain us, as a single point of contact and responsibility, to deliver a finished project and begin saving energy and money right away.

ESG:What is the challenge for TMG going forward?

Bill:As an engineered technology solution provider, we are a people company so our main challenge, has always been growing our team of talented engineers and technical sales people. Given the unique nature of our products and solutions there is a lot of training required and a long learning curve for new staff to get up to speed

ESG: You have previously discussed producing more products that will give reoccurring revenue can you share some details on this?

Bill:We would love to install a project and take an earnings stream out of the savings but our large multinational customers have a very low cost of capital and little interest in this. We do always pitch selling our projects as a service from the savings generated, and that often gets them interested, but at the end of the day they always want to own the project  and earn the full return for themselves. History has shown us that the only time a customer is interested in buying our product as a service is if they are capital constrained and a bad credit risk in which case we would not want to do it with them anyway.

We do have some reoccurring revenues in terms of service and maintenance contracts but since our products require minimal maintenance the amounts are small. So while these service and maintenance contracts do provide a bit of stable recurring revenue the main advantage is it maintains an ongoing customer relationship at each site allowing us to makes sure they remain pleased with installed system while at the same time keeping our eye open for potential new and add-on projects.  

ESG: You have many large Fortune 500 companies as customers why don’t we see you promote this with customer names on your website and in your presentations?

Bill: We spend a lot of time developing our projects and customer relationships. We consider our customer relationships, as well as specific details about individual projects, proprietary.  As a result, while it may provide some short term publicity, we don’t believe it is in the best long term interest of our business to name our customers.

ESG would you consider engaging an external company to handle your investor relations?   

Bill: We have done almost nothing in terms of investor relations until very recently. The first phase of our strategic plan was to establish a solid track record of growth and profitability. That is what we have been doing for the last 5+ years. With that now established we have now begun to more proactively engage in investor relations and outreach..
We recently participated in two virtual conferences in December, Benszinga and LD Micro, and also did an online follow-up presentation and Q&A session with SmallCap Discoveries in January.

ESG: Would you consider up-listing to the Nasdaq?

Bill: No definitive plans at this point but we have recently been getting more interest from the US investors so if an OTC listing would be helpful we would consider it.

ESG comment: There is an inofficial OTC listing for TMG right now but there is are differences between this and an official one.

ESG: Do you have any plans for doing a reverse split seeing there are so many shares in the company?

Bill: We have talked a lot about doing a reverse split over the years but at this point I am not convinced it would be of value. We have done some share buybacks in the past and would consider it again under the right circumstances.

ESG: Thank you for taking the time to talk with us Bill we hope to check in with you soon again!
Bill: My pleasure and let’s do that!

[1] Company website : https://www.thermalenergy.com/

[2] https://www.thermalenergy.com/uploads/1/2/6/0/126007628/tei_agm_nov_2020_presentation.pdf page 3

ESG coverage update

I have previously owned shares in the Swedish cleantech company Climeon. Climeon produces heat power systems, converting waste heat and geothermal heat into clean electricity. I will not be doing a longer post about this company since I do not currently hold any position however since they provided an update today I wanted to give my view on their progression.

Climeon today announced the following :

Climeon has commissioned its second installation together with Varmaorka in Iceland, a geothermal power plant in Reykholt. The power plant has a capacity of 300 kW and is connected to the local district heating network.

– We are very proud to have commissioned another Heat Power installation in Iceland. It is an important step for us to show that electricity production with Climeon’s technology is compatible with district heating, says Jan Bardell, CEO of Climeon.

This update is very welcomed and I know many investors have been wondering what has taken them so long to get this project going. Covid-19 has been a repeatedly lame excuse, in my opinion, for the slow progression.

Although the company seems to be progressing this is far from enough for me to personally reconsider taking the stock into my portfolio as of this moment. I’ve also read that the analyst covering Climeon at Pareto Securities believes, just like I do, that 2021 will be a hold-up period for Climeon. This is very likely since Climeon recently announced they were working on an improved version of their Heat power module. It does not take a rocket scientists mind to figure out that most customers will not be buying new products until the better version is released, especially since this product is an investment that costs minimum tens of millions of Euros.

When and IF I see sales starting to take off for Climeon I will reconsider my view of owning shares in the company.

Portfolio introduction 21-02-23

Hard lessons in the past have thaught me to diversy my risks. In my portfolio summary below you will perhaps be surprised by the big size of my biggest position however don’t let this fool you because when the position was initiated it constitued less than 10 % of the portfolio. Below you will find a summary of all my current positions . You will have to excuse the poor resolution in the image below , I blame excel for this inconvenience 😉 . I will go through the companies of my biggest sector holdings today. In the coming posts I will go through the remaining sector holdings in further detail.

Holdings per sector :

Writing this entry I realize that my portfolio is leaning heavily towards the recycling and renewable energy industry, however there is a good reason for this. This specific sector in my portfolio constist companies that solve REAL issues with pollution, landfill waste and the worlds need of clean energy. Reducing carbon emissions through green and clean energy is a global goal which is hardly debated anywhere in the world.

Recycling and Renewable Energy Sector holdings

Cielo Waste Solutions
Ticker: CMC.CN / CWSFF
Listings: Canadian Securitites Exchange / US OTC

Cielo’s plan is to construct 40 refineries within 7 years for renewable diesel using alternate waste feedstock. The techonology is proprietary , patented and has been developed for 16 years. Cielo can also produce naphta (jet fuel) and renewable diesel for the marine sector. Renewable diesel has shown to be 90 % lower in carbon emissions than regular diesel at least according to Cielo’s competitor Neste : https://www.greencarreports.com/news/1103998_renewable-diesel-90-percent-lower-carbon-emissions-than-regular-diesel-neste-claims
My opinion is that compared to Cielo’s north american competitor GEVO ,which uses farmland to grow fuel crops, Cielo’s solution has a far better impact on the environment using waste to create renewable energy and getting rid of harmful landfills and dumps.


Environmental Waste International
Ticker: YEWTF / EWS
Listing: TSX Venture
Website: https://www.ewi.ca/

EWI uses a patented technology called reverse polymerization to convert used tires into precious commodities such as Carbon, oil and metal. Reverse Polymerization technology is far superior to regular polymerizaton in which there are plenty of competitors. EWI’s recycling system reduces greenhouse gas emissions by nearly 90%. Every day 4,1 million tires are scrapped and mostly put into landfills that constitute a massive negative impact on the environment. EWI has recently signed a deal with the danish environmental investment company Windspace that gives them exlusive rights to construct tire recycling facilities in Europe. This deal alone is estimated to be worth well over 100 million dollars in revenues in the coming years for EWI.

EWI technology can also be used for:

  • Liquid Biological Waste
  • Medical Waste
  • Food Sterilization System


Char Technologies Ltd
Ticker: YES.V
Listing: TSX Venture
Website: https://www.chartechnologies.com/

Char has a patented and unique product that can now replace regular coal in coal power plants with Biocoal and also produce RNG which has a tremendously positive impact for the environment. The company says ” Char is Converting challenging organic streams into a greenhouse gas neutral biocoal and second generation Renewable Natural Gas (RNG)”. CHAR’s pyrolysis technology is recognized as a future solution by NYC DEP to process biosolids into value-add products. Char also has a solution to contamination of PFAS in landfills and water reserves.

Xebec & Greenlane renewables both participate in first-
generation anaerobic digestion (biogas) technology

• Pyrolysis is a second-generation technology
• Recent study shows 82% of RNG in Québec will need
to come from Second Generation RNG (Énergir)
• Char’s pyrolysis technology can convert woody material into RNG
• Pyrolys is also an identified pathway to generate green


Ticker: HYPRO
Listing: Norwegian Merkur Market
Website: https://hydrogen-pro.com/

Hydrogenpro has a proprietary technology to produce cost competitive green Hydrogen using alkaline. Hydrogenpro announced on 2021-02-22 that they will be able to produce Green Hydrogen at a cost below 1.2 USD per kilogram already in 2022. This is an extreme breakthrough if the company can deliver on these promises especially since one of their competitors NEL has a target of 1.5 USD per kilograms for Green Hydrogen in 2023. HydrogenPro technology, if it delivers as promised, will be ready to compete in terms of price with gray hydrogen already next year in 2022.


Fusion Fuel Green PLC
Ticker: HTOO
Listing: Nasdaq USA
Website: https://www.fusion-fuel.eu/

Fusion fuel has a proprietary patented technology to create Green Hydrogen using sun and water. Using years of experience in concentrated solar energy and renewables, the Fusion Fuel team has developed a ground breaking method to create Green Hydrogen at a cost far below any commercially available methods in the market today and can openly compete against traditional methods that produce brown and blue Hydrogen. Fusion Fuel has developed its own proprietary electrolysis solution using solar energy to create Hydrogen with zero carbon emissions. In fact, Fusion Fuel’s technology only creates Oxygen as a by-product .

An introduction to my blog

My posts are about ESG investing and how you can use this powerfull megatrend to your advantage and being able to achieve FIRE: Financially independent and Retire Early!

Even if your goal is not to become financially independent my hope is that you will come to learn what a powerfull financial opportunity it is to invest in the megatrend that I like to call the ESG boom.

What criterias do I look at when I decide to invest in a company?

-Environmentally friendly business idea
-Either in revenues or at inflection point where revenues are about to begin
-Solid management
-Sustainable production methods
-Investor friendly management team
-Unique product offering or service
-Reoccuring revenues

These criterias have helped me achieve :
+75 % in 2019
+135 % in 2020
+45 % YTD in 2021

My total returns since october 2018 is currently at 620 %.

FIRE path
My current savings rate is about 45 % of my net income. Despite this high savings rate I would not consider myself to be living a frugal lifestyle. Although I don’t currently have any kids I do have a spouse and several pets ;).

My goal is to reach my financial target at latest in 2028. At the way things are currently progressing however , not taking into account a major market crash, this should be achieved alot sooner than anticipated thanks to my ESG investment strategy.

Content for future blog posts
I will be writing both detailed analysis of companies that I currently own, plan on owning and others that I simply find interesting even if I don’t own or intend to own shares in the companies myself. I will also be giving you transcripts of CEO interviews with my own positions, IPO companies and more.

Although nothing I write should be viewed as investment advice I think it is very important to be transparent in my trades and positions. Therefore I always write when I buy and sell positions. This will most likely always appear first on my twitter handle Frivid40 and of course also here on my blog.

If you have any questions I will be happy to try to answer them either by e-mail or via my twitter handle!