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thegreycorner 8 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 12, 2016 12:36 PM Member since: Jul 6, 2012
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  • The technology that is not being explicitly stated is FCEL's awesome tech. Most of the reporters have no idea that it is out there. They are bewildered at the prospect of clean coal. They can't envision using coal's emissions as a useful resource. They have not received any talking points about FCEL tech, so they can't fathom the reality. Those who are alluding to 'clean coal' are definitely referring to FCEL tech. Let's watch.

  • thegreycorner by thegreycorner Jul 11, 2016 5:38 PM Flag

    fortune dot com /2016/07/10/exxonmobil-carbon-tax/

  • thegreycorner by thegreycorner Jul 11, 2016 12:46 PM Flag

    thehill dot com /blogs/congress-blog/energy-environment/287075-fuel-cells-can-help-battle-climate-change

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    Warm and fuzzy feeling...NOT!

    by plclifton Jul 7, 2016 10:47 PM
    thegreycorner thegreycorner Jul 8, 2016 1:08 PM Flag

    "No man is an island" and the same is true for a company, especially a small company. You need to have friends/partners and the only way to do that is to give them a very sweet deal. If you don't give a very sweet deal then nobody will be your friend - they will crush you. Companies like Apple are masters at this - why else would they cut in Al Gore and many others in gov/media for such juicy freebies? There is no good media or access to financial markets unless you give away significant parts of your company.

    That being said, it is awesome to see this deal take place. Some company/person invested $40 million in FCEL when they could have invested it anywhere else. They have significant skin in the game now and they are not going to let the $40 million go south. They have incentive to get FCEL business - and as we know, the upside is so much huger than their current approx $200 million market cap. There is plenty of money to be made for all parties in this. In fact, I would be thrilled if tomorrow they announced a similar deal with another partner/investor.

    Nobody has mentioned Toyota as a possible investor behind this. I remember reading that they had dedicated over $1 billion in new financing for fuel cell/hydrogen investment (if I remember correctly). Also I remember Chip discussing on a CC that they were in talks with the big auto makers.

    Things are getting good. Absolutely great news IMO that others have major skin in the game. That is what we need - big players who can make things happen to have incentive for FCEL to succeed in a big way. Should be fun to watch. I will be watching from ... TheGreyCorner.

  • thegreycorner thegreycorner Jul 7, 2016 1:34 PM Flag

    Could be anyone. Even Soros or the Musk Ox. Hopefully whoever it is plans to give the right amount of brib... I mean campaign contributions to the right scu... I mean public servants. Let's watch.

  • Oh dear me!!! What should I ever do? I really don't know what to do. I better listen to the 21 year old MF shill.

  • thegreycorner thegreycorner Jul 1, 2016 11:14 AM Flag

    Agreed Seif - Europe is totally different on a day-to-day lifestyle than US. Normal people ride buses/trains and use taxis all the time. Also, their standard living situation is not a suburban 4 BR house with new fancy garage. Often it is a much smaller, older place with on-street parking or older garage. The thought of 'just plugging in' the Tesla at night is not going to happen for most normal people here. It is common to have a clothes washer but not use an electric drier. Hydrogen is going to be the answer worldwide IMO. Good times ahead.

  • That is cool. Europe is moving towards Hydrogen society. There have been articles about buses, trains (Germany) and taxis all using hydrogen. That's awesome exposure to the public, so transition to cars will be simpler. Great that FCEL guy is leading the group.

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