they report a profit, then shareholders are screwed. If they wait until they are profitable, r/s could be a good thing. A loss after a r/s will embellish the loss, a profit after a r/s will embellish the profit. Just saying...
Okay, I'll be the one to ask, while admitting I am not as savvy as some are...what is your point regarding the trades you noticed? Please don't tell me to go do my dd, just explain yourself please.
Been out for awhile. Where did all the talk of a reverse split come from? I cannot find anything submitted to the SEC...is it just a rumor, or did some news release come out? tia
FCEL does not have the production capacity for that kind of order. I think that may be part of the problem with sales right now...lack of capacity to meet demand.
the past couple of days is due to anticipated news from PLUG tomorrow, I'm afraid. Who knows, it might set off the whole sector like a rocket. I do anticipate a good/positive update from PLUG.
is sure going strong. Lots of wind and solar mentions; but, nothing on hydrogen...yet. Have to think NRG had something(s) in mind when they bought into FCEL so heavily. Sure wish it would happen already. This is getting hard! Am very happy Zack's put a "buy" rating on FCEL. That says something. glta
Tokyo 2020 Olympic Village to be hydrogen-powered: report
20 hours ago
Tokyo Harumi pier area
Tokyo Harumi pier area
The athletes village for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo will be a futuristic "hydrogen town" where electricity and hot water are generated from the abundant element, a local newspaper reported Monday.
Planners at the Tokyo metropolitan government want to use the opportunity of hosting the summer sporting festival as a boost to so-called "clean" energy, the Yomiuri Shimbun said.
The city aims to build hydrogen stations and pipelines that will send the gas to accommodation units, athletic facilities and restaurants, the mass-circulation daily said.
Fuel cells installed at facilities would then use the hydrogen, in combination with oxygen from the air, to produce power and to heat water.
Buses ferrying athletes around would also be fuelled by hydrogen, and refilled from special stations.
The report comes after Toyota Motor last month rolled out the world's first mass-market fuel-cell car in Japan.
Hydrogen power is classed as clean energy because it produces only water as a by-product at the point of use.
The athletes' village will be located in Tokyo's Harumi waterfront area and will be temporary home to around 17,000 people during the Games.
Once the Games are over, it will be converted into a town with a population about 10,000, the Yomiuri said.
The contract for planning the village will be awarded to a private company by the end of March, the paper reported, with the use of hydrogen a condition for application.
Despite its abundancy, hydrogen does not occur naturally as a gas and needs to be extracted from compounds. The Yomiuri noted that production of a large quantity of hydrogen was challenging.
"Realisation of a hydrogen-based society is an important goal for resource-poor Japan and would lead to curbing of greenhouse gases," Takeo Kikkawa