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FuelCell Energy Inc. Message Board

  • skull20003 skull20003 May 14, 2013 9:10 PM Flag

    margins will be double digits

    this up coming Q will be the best one fuelcell has ever had...and their only going to get a lot better

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Also, keep in mind the next quarter report will be for Feb 1st-April 30th so runrate won't necessarily be completing reflected in it, HOWEVER, guidance should indicate the following quarter run-rate, margins (ideally they'll talk more about this) and revenue projections. So basically, don't get discouraged if you don't see the numbers you are expecting for the upcoming report because that is before they completed their first stage ramp-up.

      This CC is more about new project releases/pipeline updates and forward guidance imho.

      Sentiment: Buy

    • I'm long this one too, but I thought they said double digit margins occurs when they are at 90mw? That won't occur until the end of the year. They are at 70mw run rate as of May. When do we start seeing revenue from the posco royalties?

      Sentiment: Buy

      • 1 Reply to dzellmer83
      • No.
        They are now @ 70 MW production since may 1.
        Next report, will reflect revenues from a production of aprox 2 months @ 60 MW + 1 month (may) @ 70 MW.
        Next report is: march + apr +may.

        About 90 MW: that would require no additional capital expenditures and will be reached somewhere from here to next year.
        Means that the run uo to 90 MW goes on for next qrts.
        The breakeven/profitability point is somewhere betweeen 80/90mw. I'd say before 90MW if they keep on decreasing costs.

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