"We have 4,500 units in the field which is an extraordinary installed base, the largest market owner share, market share in this fast growing market. I think it would be very easy for us to see us duplicate the existing market share literally another 4,500 units in the next year."
4,500 units of what kind? Backuppower for equipments or..... lighters?
A little vague.
Garp, or Gerson,
reading at your old posts it looks like you turned from an educated person, to a rude-pixxedoff-know-everything person.
Something very negative happened.
Maybe your "significant position in LNCO"?.... from 14$ to 0.4$ now?
Enlight us, mahatma...
It's quite clear to everybody here that you're kind of boy (or girl) that would blush just talking in public, typical cyber-thug.
Enjoy your life, don't waste it insulting people like a teenager behind a keyboard.
Why this "mission" CA-CHINA.... public meeting, parade, agreements between 2 govs.
I don't think it's like before.
Then, in case all goes well in China:
Btw, CA firms and potential investors got what they deserved.
If China gets good techs - with BLDP inside - paying what's due and after some 100x Mil$ in revs for BLDP they start paying nothing more than royalties.... why not?
CA hosted a firm that's partnering with half world and spit on it.
One of rare case when a gov somehow sustained the business, but an oilsanders' system did the opposite.
1st off, nobody thinks this can be a profitable qrt, nor the next one, nor the next one, neither the 4th at this point.
The mngm keeps on kicking the can about the Kolon's expanded plant. Maybe it's not their fault. Their fault was when they (well, CEO) stated that this was a 99% done deal.
So, when revs from 9-50MW Kolon's deal start flowing in we'll talk of growth and "seasonal" profits.
Beside Kolon, If they get 3-5 MW electrolizers per year it would be ok..... sustainable profits, because we have already a nice base of contracts for next 10 years.
Well, and if we landed on the Kolon's stuff, it would be super.
For this qrt I think it's again a lousy one..... 7-10 Mil$, with -0.22.... -0.28 EPS.
But the pps will follow the above events.
"There is no reason to believe it will be any different this time...."
Why the gov put his face with the CA-CHINA govs parade?
They could merely feed their (private) chinese firms with money, and at due time let them steal patents and everything from the naive canadians.
There are gov's firm involved this time, it's different.
15 years extention for the last TPR agreement.
"They don't care about clean air"....
Chinese gov is also facing riots on the streets, just for air quality and pollution. I can't remember chinese people collected in public events because of air quality, before.
500k deaths related to air pollutants... only in China.
"they only care about Chinese manufacturers"
well, this time (FCbuses) the gov-itself put its face on it..... canada mission etcetera
True. Btw, carelessly your sentiment on the tech, every stock stock passes through several phases.
I guess after... How long.... 24 months of downtrend, the bldp ticker reached the critic mass for another run.
"...I think there'll be in Europe an RFP for about 140 FCEVbuses very soon in May"
youtube "Canadian fuel cell sector's new growth trajectory", 2 days ago
I apologize for the above error, but this is even worse: the lady is BDDirector at ballard????????????????????????????????????????????
It looks like they're making everything in their power to bump off enthusiasm.
How can you autorize such a presentation? Who's responsible for this? IR office?
BLDP has plenty of manager and do-nothing-director, couldn't they ship there anyone?
When any new potential investor listens to this kind of presentation, he simply turns page.
Go to h2fc-fair website.
- exibitors list
1- Latest developments in fuel cells for commercial heavy duty mobility at Hydrogenics
Speaker: Mark Kammerer, Business Development Manager
Date: Monday, April 25, 14:40
2- FCH #$%$ project Don Quichote linking windpower with electrolyser tech. to power FC forklift trucks
Speaker: Denis Thomas, Business Development Manager
Date: Tuesday, April 26, 10:00
2 more clips coming:
****: Friday, April 29, 11:00
Large scale electrolysis for Power to Gas for large fleet refueling
Speaker: Roel de Maeyer, Director Sales & Marketing
**** Thursday, April 28, 10:40
HyResponse project: recently finalized emergency response training
Speaker: Denis Thomas, Business Development Manager Power-to-Gas
It�s time for you to update your set of catchphrases.
I've got one referred to you: "Stacks of #$%$ aren't supposed to talk", LOL
My fav point: "....These initiatives are expected to yield annualized cost savings in excess of $4 million, *****lowering breakeven revenue by more than $20 million*****. ...."
Fsulevine, let Garp be, he's already risking all his pocket money to short this thing.
He's the only one who hasn't understood that it's a 99% done deal.
There's the CT governor with some hundreds of jobs, O&G industries, natgas industry, all involved.
Even a detractor says that it is going to be approved:
"...Tom Beatrice, who lives in Pond Spring Village, a 55-and-older complex in town, was less convinced that Beacon Falls Energy Park would be beneficial for the town......Beatrice said. “But I think this is already a done deal, because O&G Industries is pretty powerful.”"
Then because of this:
"Soon to be home to the world's largest fuel cell park, Beacon Falls town officials voted last week to approve a tax stabilization deal with the park's developer."
"....Because fuel cells are a Class I renewable and the project meets air and water quality standards set by the state Department of Energy & Environmental Protection, O&G wants the Siting Council to approve its construction and location through a declaratory ruling, avoiding the more drawn-out regulatory process......"
Class I renewable, hear it....
“We didn’t start off thinking that we would do fuel cells,” Corvo told Siting Council members. “But there isn’t enough land for a solar park and their are number of factors that make a wind farm here impractical.”
"....FBR Capital analyst Carter Driscoll attributes the recent rally in FuelCell shares partly to expectations that the company will soon receive final approval for its proposed fuel cell park in Beacon Falls, Connecticut.