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FuelCell Energy Inc. Message Board

  • cabogordon cabogordon Apr 25, 2013 5:14 PM Flag

    SMART MONEY

    i believe we start seeing some major annoucments about new contracts and perhaps a major partnership with a major GAS company. In addition, to some R&D news of a home converter for natural gas. Thier is alot of greats news ahead people. market cap is 200mm with a 400mm backlog . FCEL has legs people.

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    • thank you gentlemen for you replies. I might have been reading to deeply into the Versa's Power acquisition. From a more macro persprective why drill down to a home when you can power a city. Have a great weekend.

    • "ome R&D news of a home converter for natural gas." If you mean a home-size tri-generation DFC, it's not going to happen. The smallest DFCs are the Apartment Building size 100kW units POSCO is developing. If you mean a "home energy appliance" to make electricity and hot water from NG, that would be Versa Power's SOFC units. They demonstrated something that looked like a home energy appliance many years ago, but have been focusing their development efforts elsewhere lately. If you want a SOFC based home energy appliance, take a look at Ceramic Fuel Cells Ltd (Australia)'s BlueGen appliance that is being tested in Europe.

      dag

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

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      • DAG - This was exactly how Mr. Goddard explained it to me. I'm so glad I went to Connecticut. I had to see the stuff for myself. This is how I understand it: "We don't want to power a home...we want to power a CITY!!!! " And even though we can power small facilities (Microsoft/Cheyenne) our goal is MUCH BIGGER...
        Go.....FCEL!!!

 
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