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rchites 513 posts  |  Last Activity: 12 hours ago Member since: Apr 12, 2004
  • They say FCEL is loosing its largest customer? They are not being left out in the cold. Complete lies. HERE is my proof they are scaling, and getting closer to their largest customer through licensing more. Even the point of loosing money is going to be a lie soon enough. She has no point that are valid if she can read the news lately. IF they make money at 80MW as stated earlier this should fly. The Gyeonggi Green Energy facility, a 59-MW fuel cell park in Hwasung City, South Korea, commenced commercial operation on Feb. 19. The plant consists of 21 2.8-MW hydrogen fuel cells supplied by FuelCell Energy of Danbury, Conn.

    The 5.1-acre facility in Gyeonggi Province, along the country’s northwest coast, is owned and operated by POSCO Energy, the nation’s largest independent power producer. Construction began in late 2012 and was completed earlier this year. The fuel cells run on natural gas converted to hydrogen and also provide heat to the local district heating system.

    “The scale of this installation is contributing to the power and heating needs of an urban population and generating the electricity in a highly efficient and ultra-low emission profile that supports our national renewable portfolio standard,” said Tae-Ho Lee, CEO of Gyeonggi Green Energy.

    POSCO and FuelCell Energy are planning another fuel cell project adjacent to a railroad depot operated by the Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corp. That 19.6-MW facility, composed of seven 2.8-MW fuel cells, will provide power to the depot and the local grid, in addition to district heating. Commercial operation is expected by the end of this year. The facility is the first of several fuel cell projects planned to comprise a total of 230 MW in the Seoul area.

    As with the Gyeonggi facility, the fuel cells at the Seoul park will be manufactured by POSCO under license from FuelCell Energy as part of POSCO’s drive to position itself in the Korean clean energy market. POSCO is currently building a fuel cell f

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    Premarket up!

    by chriseperry Aug 22, 2014 7:43 AM
    rchites rchites Aug 22, 2014 7:56 AM Flag

    Yesterday was a great time to buy. IT WAS A HEAD FAKE. The string of operational losses that are relatively meaningless at the present time. Just like the street sweeper piece. His points did not address all the changes and new customers& Partners. The stock is heavily shorted and one should expect them to use Seeking Alpha and the like.

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    NRG has recognized the future

    by klauswurst96 Aug 21, 2014 12:09 PM
    rchites rchites Aug 21, 2014 12:56 PM Flag

    ((((( going POSITIVE))))))) is not speculation. My speculation is his buddies are some of the shorts. I would be covering as this goes higher.

  • The ding dongs should have covered. Germany is leading the way! I remember them saying something like they are profitable at 80MW...... Hello!!! • FuelCell's bottom line is expected to grow at an impressive rate going forward, making the stock a solid buy. FuelCell is seeing impressive growth in its services and license revenue, which grew 76% year over year in the previous quarter. Growth in the company's installed base led to higher service revenue, along with scheduled fuel cell module exchanges. Cowen in Barrons- believe the company is well on its way to becoming EBITDA positive by mid-FY2015 at the latest. We believe upcoming orders with NRG Energy and Long Island Power Authority will give investors a clear path to this level of profitability next year........ If they get the big contract talked about at 30 plus MW this will double. POSCO has already announced two new projects totaling 60MW. FuelCell expects to close 30MW of new orders in H1:F14. A marketing partnership with NRG was signed in Q4:F13; RFPs are expected in four states from utilities or government entities, including existing CA customers . On recent gains being made by FuelCell, as well as peers Ballard Power , and Plug Power (, Stone commented, We believe a common element for the group is that they represent emerging technologies, which, after many years of development, are transitioning toward profitability.

  • rchites rchites Aug 21, 2014 10:30 AM Flag

    70 MW of fuel cells annually and will be able to report profits when that volume increases more than 80 MW ((( profits fool)))))) shorts are going to be done soon. The range players from 2 to 2.5 will fade in time. Then we will have a great big break out. cover soon.

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    Ben Levisohn & Streetsweeper

    by rchites Aug 21, 2014 9:25 AM
    rchites rchites Aug 21, 2014 10:11 AM Flag

    What real piece would leave out profitable projections and past wins. ^__^^A^^^^ 59 megawatt (MW) fuel cell park installed by POSCO Energy is fully operational _____B$$$$$$$$$$15 MW Bridgeport fuel cell park commissioned on schedule and accepted by utility owner ---C&&&&Groundbreaking for 20 MW fuel cell park in South Korea to support the electric grid and a railroad depot ____ @@@@@@3.7 MW's of new fuel cell module orders to support Korea market demand DANBURY, Conn., March 10, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ****e * FuelCell Energy (the Company) reported total revenues for the first quarter of 2014 of $44.4 million compared to $36.4 million for the first quarter of 2013. - _____ Backlog totaled $326.8 million at January 31, 2014 compared to $428.3 million at January 31, 2013. __________ Business Highlights "We remain on track for closing multiple megawatts of orders and my confidence level is high as we have negotiated contracts for projects where we are waiting on final customer or regulatory approval," said Chip Bottone, President and Chief Executive Officer, FuelCell Energy, Inc. "Inquiries and activity levels globally remain high as we work to convert pipeline into backlog, supported by the validation from on-time completion of multi-megawatt fuel cell parks on two different continents." - **** Torrington, Connecticut during 2014 under a U.S. Department of Energy Advanced Manufacturing Office program to demonstrate distributed hydrogen generation for industrial applications. *******The tri-generation fuel cell installation at the Vancouver, Canada landfill is expected to be commissioned during the second quarter of 2014. - *******In Europe, the Fenchurch office tower in London's financial district is nearing completion and the fuel cell energy power plant is expected to be commissioned during the second quarter of 2014. - ******Construction of the fuel cell component manufacturing facility in South Korea by POSCO Energy is progressing on schedule. Growing demand for multi-megawatt fuel cell parks supports the need for additional global manufacturing capacity. ******In Asia, the Gyeonggi Green Energy 59 megawatt fuel cell park in South Korea composed of 21 DFC3000® power plants is fully operational, delivering ultra-clean electricity to the grid and high quality heat to a district heating system. The fuel cell park was installed by POSCO Energy using fuel cell components supplied by FuelCell Energy. Separately, a groundbreaking was held in February 2014 for a 19.6 megawatt fuel cell park located at a railroad depot in Seoul City. *******In North America, the 14.9 megawatt Bridgeport fuel cell park was completed on schedule in December, 2013 and accepted by Dominion, ******* "We had 74 megawatts of fuel cell parks become fully operational during the first quarter of 2014, - *****Direct FuelCell® power plants are generating ultra-clean, efficient and reliable power at more than 50 locations worldwide. With more than 300 megawatts of power generation capacity installed or in backlog DEPT OFENERGY BACKED- 2.8 Million Award From the U.S. Department of Energy Advanced Manufacturing Office to Demonstrate Tri-Generation Capability of Stationary Fuel Cells for Industrial Applications – (HEAT ENERGY, HYDROGEN, Electricity) **GREEN ***"In addition to offering ultra-clean electricity and usable high quality heat, this fuel cell installation will provide reliable on-site hydrogen production that has the potential to reduce costs associated with purchasing, transporting and storing hydrogen. - ***PROVEN!!!!!!!!!!!! ********The Company's power plants have generated more than two billion kilowatt hours of ultra-clean power using a variety of fuels including renewable biogas from wastewater treatment and food processing, as well as clean natural gas

  • rchites rchites Aug 21, 2014 9:52 AM Flag

    the fools don't actually think Germany will stop their programs because they are to stupid to get it do you. Its going foreword full steam as a matter of demand and being necessary. Two facts they cant get around with their stupidity. The global situation looks good.

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    FCEL, the David stone...

    by gr8light Aug 21, 2014 9:37 AM
    rchites rchites Aug 21, 2014 9:48 AM Flag

    - Search german+fuel+cell+plants images . Peter Detwiller 1) costs have continued to fall as technologies improve. This is particularly the case where fuel cells are used in combined heat and power applications and one can get total efficiencies in the 90% range.
    2) natural gas prices in the U.S. have fallen, reflecting abundant availability and offering a cheaper underlying fuel supply.
    3) fuel cells offer the promise of something that has been in short supply for many Americans lately: a reliable and consistent source of electricity (the few installations in the Northeast with fuel cells fared well after Hurricane Sandy).
    4) fuel cells can be located close to consumers, with a very limited environmental footprint and relatively minimal space requirements.
    5) scale drives volume, which lowers prices dramatically. Between scale and efficiency gains, costs have fallen four-fold in the last decade. 6) Europe needs energy = Global trends have helped fuel cells along recently. 7) I think our timing is good to come up with cost-competitive clean infrastructure plays, which is what FuelCell Energy does.” 8) The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) highlighted the startling fact that the U.S. power network of 5,800 major power plants and 450,000 miles of high voltage transmission lines is aging rapidly

  • They don't live in the real world. They have no valid points considering the huge mass of money going into the sector. They use out of context statements and don't finish the sentences of the price coming down to regular gas. In no way they can be accredited to using due Diligence not acknowledging world situations and government mandates, regulations and incentives. In Germany new energies are a must and booming. Plants are popping up all over Europe. FCEL and PLUG are slated to make money. He continues to rely on out dated theories and information. Backward looking date seem to occupy most of their arguments. Unfortunately the street don't see the disconnect in what is really happening before the stocks double. The Cowen analysts upped the stock “outperform,” from market perform, and increased their price target on the stock to $3.
    • FuelCell shares experienced a bump yesterday after analysts at Cowen said they expect the company to become EBITDA positive by the middle of next year due to increasing stationary fuel cell power technology penetration.
    • FuelCell's end market is growing rapidly, while it is winning over customers across the globe, strengthening its prospects.
    • FuelCell's bottom line is expected to grow at an impressive rate going forward, making the stock a solid buy. FuelCell is seeing impressive growth in its services and license revenue, which grew 76% year over year in the previous quarter. Growth in the company's installed base led to higher service revenue, along with scheduled fuel cell module exchanges. Cowen in Barrons- believe the company is well on its way to becoming EBITDA positive by mid-FY2015 at the latest. We believe upcoming orders with NRG Energy and Long Island Power Authority will give investors a clear path to this level of profitability next year
    ***** The global fuel cell technology market is growing at a terrific pace. **** According to report, , the fuel cell market is on track to grow from an estimated $629.8 million in 2013 to $2.5 billion by 2018, at a CAGR of 32.2%. The market will be driven by various applications such as power backup, household demand, telecom, automobile, etc. FuelCell Energy is one such company that's looking to make the most of this market, and the company has made some impressive moves in fuel cell technology.
    ***** The German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energyawarded $6.6 million in research grants to FuelCell Energy Solutions, a joint venture with Germany's Fraunhofer IKTS .

    .. Walmart is leading the Change to Hydrogen with PLUG and the Dept of Energy backs FCEL plants to produce hydrogen, electricity and Heat. "Product, performance and system enhancements continue on our proprietary fuel-cell technology and are now being performed on three conti-nents," said FuelCell CEO Chip Bottone.
    ____The German contract is "validating the global interest in our power and hydrogen-generation solutions that enhance the resiliency of power distribution in an ultra-clean and af-fordable manner." The strategic partnership with Fraunhofer IKTS, which will expand its footprint in Europe. In addition, analysts have estimated an earnings growth CAGR of 40% for the next five years, highlighting the tremendous growth prospects of the company. The recent support from the German government is another solid endorsement, indicating that FuelCell is a growth stock that investors shouldn't miss.

  • Reply to

    When the 30 million new contract hits

    by skibare Aug 21, 2014 7:25 AM
    rchites rchites Aug 21, 2014 9:00 AM Flag

    It could be anybody,ANY Industry. In manufacturing, the making of many products use heat and molding products that pollute the air. Forklift pollution can be controlled and not add to the problem. This releases toxic vapors are monitored by the government. Air Quality is a big deal. People don't realize the fumes from fork lifts add up to toxic levels. After people realize the long term cost of their equipment and fines can be reduced the stock should blast off.

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    Good sign from bash articles...

    by yankees_19791 Aug 20, 2014 4:21 PM
    rchites rchites Aug 20, 2014 4:53 PM Flag

    idiot read the long term. U R OUT OF context fool.

  • rchites rchites Aug 20, 2014 4:53 PM Flag


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    OMG it's down in after hours BIG TIME

    by bsimpson888 Aug 20, 2014 4:47 PM
    rchites rchites Aug 20, 2014 4:52 PM Flag

    LONG TERM IT WILL TRIPLE. Shortmindedfool

  • rchites rchites Aug 20, 2014 4:51 PM Flag

    URAPIZZASH!T Heres what he said #$%$. One prime example is what I call the NEXT BIG THING...a zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell sedan we’ll launch to the public in California next summer.

    It’s an electric car...but instead of carrying around a huge, expensive battery, it carries compressed hydrogen gas…and a relatively small battery.

    As needed and on-demand: a fuel-cell stack mixes two elements abundant in nature ...hydrogen with oxygen...to produce electricity that powers the vehicle for about 300 miles on a single fill-up which takes about three minutes.

    So it has the range of today’s conventional cars without lengthy re-charging… while emitting only harmless water vapor...the best of BOTH worlds.

    We’ve reduced the cost of the fuel cell powertrain by 95%...and we’re confident we can reduce the cost further.

    So, what about the cost of hydrogen?

    Well, according to Department of Energy estimates, the cost of hydrogen fuel will initially be higher than gasoline...but longer term...it will come down and be more economical.1

    Based on those numbers, we estimate that to fill our fuel cell sedan to go 300 miles initially will cost about $50 and then go down to about $30. Strong buy

  • rchites rchites Aug 20, 2014 2:25 PM Flag

    people just waking up. The stocks fell to low to its future. A disconnect most likely do to over aggressive shorting. The companies making money should wake every body up. I feel they have a niche in the energy sector and enough bright minds are on the solutions.

  • Reply to

    The Cramer "Speculation" Challenge

    by chi_town_oracle Aug 20, 2014 2:00 PM
    rchites rchites Aug 20, 2014 2:22 PM Flag

    Im sorry but I actually like the guy. He is no genius. Just smarter at the game then the average bear. I Liston to him but don't act on it usually. I feel his DD may be lacking in FCELLs. Any time a stock goes up like PLUG did I would be skeptical..... Don't get me wrong 999 I am LONG ))) Did my DD and will argue any short on its future. He does not have the time to study all the new developments and changes to shipping hydrogen and multiple wind and solar solutions. They are motivated with PUTEN being an #$%$.

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    The Cramer "Speculation" Challenge

    by chi_town_oracle Aug 20, 2014 2:00 PM
    rchites rchites Aug 20, 2014 2:17 PM Flag

    The German Federal Government's Energy Concept 2050 sets out guidelines for an environmentally sound, reliable and affordable energy supply.

    For the first time it defines Germany's pioneering strategy for the era of renewable energy, and has the necessary flexibility to allow for new technical and economic developments. Regular and targeted monitoring will allow unproductive developments to be recognized and rectified at an early stage.

    The energy mix of the future is to be composed mainly of renewable energy, and renewables are to progressively replace conventional sources in a dynamic mix. Smart grids and innovative storage technologies are to enable the integration of renewable energy.

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    by ngujraji Aug 20, 2014 1:27 PM
    rchites rchites Aug 20, 2014 2:15 PM Flag

    This is going to be a long term gem. Just like what Plug has done the last year. People don't look at whats really happening. They blame the Market , market makers and Cramer. http://www.gtai.de/GTAI/Navigation/EN/Invest/Industries/Energy-environment-resources/energy-storage-fuel-cells.html#247680

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    The Cramer "Speculation" Challenge

    by chi_town_oracle Aug 20, 2014 2:00 PM
    rchites rchites Aug 20, 2014 2:13 PM Flag

    Cramer has not looked at the projects in Germany and Europe. The map is covered....Green Hydrogen and Power-to-Gas Technology

    The power-to-gas technology creates investment potential along the entire supply chain: from storage, production and trading to electrolyzer production, gas compression, and smart gas metering amongst other things.
    .......... The stock could be speculation but a good one according to whats going on. I CHALLENGE him to find a map as to the ongoing projects. Demonstration projects are central to the development of energy storage and fuel cell technologies. They allow technological and economical possibilities to be tested, norms and standards to be developed, intellectual properties to be created, and critical market mass for production to be generated.

    At present a number of public and private initiatives are cooperating in the development of energy storage technologies. This includes also fields like batteries, hydrogen, fuel cells in conjunction with smart grids, and e-mobility applications. Within Europe, Germany alone has the majority of European fuel cell and hydrogen technology demonstration projects.
    Germany is paramount to Total as Europe’s largest energy market. Our chemical arm also has production sites on location in Germany, especially as a supplier for the automobile industry. And last but not least, Germany is an important location for the solar power branch of Total, Sunpower, in Germany’s position as the leading market in renewable energies.” (2014) TOTAL Deutschland GmbH - Hans-Christian Gützkow, Managing Director

  • rchites rchites Aug 20, 2014 2:00 PM Flag

    Do you think he understands the technology and where its going. I bet not. He like others just look at the chart and backward looking numbers to justify #$%$ DD. They don't understand the different ways to store and use energy. The different alternative energies being used. Hydrogen and fcells are making big improvements.

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