Yeah, strange that Gilead didn't put out a press release, only info is on the FDA website which fly on the wall picked up yesterday. Pretty sure it is GS 9973 because the patent for the generic name listed in the FDA web site is says it is a SYK inhibitor owned by gilead, and this is the only syk inhibitor listed on Gilead's web site.
Found it, it is GS-9973 an syk inhibitor that just reported Phase 2 interim results.
Well someone is stupid and grumpy. Lets do the math. 29.8 divided by 218.4 = 13.6%. Who's you daddy now beetch. LOL
You are funny. I never thought you had a clue. Short interest is still only 12% of total outstanding shares and about 14% of the float, so Shorts have lots of dry powder and can easily double or triple their position without risking a short squeeze. They now have a position large enough to make controlling the price very profitable. With no positive news and very poor fundamentals, no short squeeze is on the horizon. Free fire zone for shorts.
z4 sees promise land, preaches patience. LOL
Bag holders bags continue to grow as it looks like short interest has continued to increase in April according to shortanalytics but still lots of dry powder for the shorts. The Shorts are now firmly in control. With no new contracts, a product that is dirty and incumbent technology at half the price, this has only one way to go. Longs are living in a dream world with z4 as their prophet preaching patience. Good luck with that. Enjoy holding your growing bags LOL.
that they spent the day rerunning old stories and hoping for news from PLUG. Where is bird brain z4 to offer baseless words of encouragement? Where's Chip's 30 mw contract? Where's the BEEF? Wise up, no one wants a FCEL unit unless the Government is paying for it. Longs remain in lie and deny mode, lying to themselves and denying the facts in front of their face. IMHO the Dingo ate Chip's contract. LOL
Nope, If that happens FCEL won't be able to give one away. They run on Nat Gas you dope.
Nope didn't notice that at all. Where's the Beef? LOL the dingo ate Chip's contract. What desperation. Pity
Didn't make it up here it is. Do some real research. btw where is Chips 30 mw contract? Oh right the dingo ate his contract. LOL
Biomass Gasfication Power Systems
By Salman Zafar | January 18, 2014
Biomass power systems using biomass gasification has followed two divergent pathways, which are a function of the scale of operations. At sizes much less than 1MW, the preferred technology combination today is a moving bed gasifier and ICE combination, while at scales much larger than 10 MW, the combination is of a fluidized bed gasifier and a gas turbine. Larger scale units than 25 MW would justify the use of a combined cycle, as is the practice with natural gas fired gas turbine stations.
Because no new sales have been made to a third party in the last 6 months. Why do you think the are waiting on regulatory approval? Because they can't sell one without huge government subsidies which are becoming increasingly harder to get as governments wise up.
He is making a threat which could be interpreted as a physical threat to people who don't agree with him as a result of the emotional distress from economic losses he has had investing in FCEL. He thinks it must be someone else that is at fault, but the reality is that he has made a poor investment.
Yes these CCGT can easily start at 25MW. You are right, they are both dirty, But CCGT produces power at half the cost which is why they sell units and FCEL doesn't. CCGT produces very little NOX and SOX and relative to their cost advantage, leave fuel cells in the dust. To get hydrogen, all you need is a steam reformer which just requires a heat source, so yes you could use heat from a CCGT to produce hydrogen if you wanted to. Yes CCGT can run off biogas, the problem is the expense of collecting it. BTW Waste management uses biogas to power their garbage trucks. There just is no place for a molten carbonate fuel cell when economic realities are factored in.
Wow what a dunce, I am not talking about capstone, I am talking about GE, Royal Royce and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. These power generation system are modular and scalable to Utility scale plants that produce power at half the cost of FCEL units. Any system that complexly oxides its fuel can achieve 80% thermal efficiency if the heat can be used, but the value of heat is significantly less than the value of electrical efficiency, and this is where CCGT shines. Yes they do produce sightly more NOX and SOX than a FCEL which also produces these gasses, but CO2 is the problem and is the same. Facts are facts and CCGT wins hands down. FCEL units are an expensive Dirty toys that require huge subsidies and do nothing for the environment. Government will figure this out and spend their limited subsidy $$ on truly green energy like wind and Solar in order to reach their goal of reducing the carbon footprint of their economies. The only market that makes any sense for fuel cells is mobile power where FCEL's tech will not work and where fuel cells don't have to compete with Grid power, like fork lift trucks, and here they have to compete with continuously improving batteries.
Simple, Fuel cells just can't get to the cost of CCGT and puke out just as much CO2. Simply stated the view isn't worth the climb, and they have better things to work on. Sadly FCEL only has mcfc and so keeps diluting shareholders and beating their heads against the wall
The interesting incumbent technology I am referring to is CCGT. I didn't say GE was opposed to taking subsidies. What I said is that they know that since Fuel Cells are much more expensive than and just as Dirty as CCGT, Governments which have limited funds and are obsessed with reducing carbon footprints will not support Fuel Cells in stationary power generation beyond demonstration units when they can get truly clean power by supporting technologies such as solar and wind. The cost problem with fuel cells is well beyond that which can be solved by mass production, and include limited lifetimes, low efficiency, and expensive materials to handle high heat. CCGT can be very cost effective at sizes well below 200mw. I see you think you are smarter than GE, while I don't know you, based on your argument, I simply don''t think that is true. Just what about a molten carbonate fuel cell does make sense? Any why then can't they sell any?