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rchites 456 posts  |  Last Activity: 3 hours ago Member since: Apr 12, 2004
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    WHY cant Sonja read-

    by rchites 6 hours ago

    ++++ CHANGING INDUSTRY NORMS- FCEL, develops tri-generation capabilities of a Direct FuelCell(R) (DFC(R)) power plant for industrial applications. HEAT ELECTRIC and HYDROGEN**********One day the different alternative energies may be combined with Hydrogen capabilities and new storage techniques depending on the geographical conditions. Different locations could warrant Solar , wind, Geo-thermal, or BIO technologies. Symphony Of The Microgrid University Such as San Diego and CAL state make up some of their customer lists. Cal State San Bernardino is the fifth California university with a Direct FuelCell installation, representing eight megawatts in total power generation capacity. This fuel cell power plant was manufactured by Fuel Cell Energy Inc. and is owned by SCE. The power plants will generate hydrogen, electricity, and heat, it will replace the hydrogen that is currently delivered to the facility by truck as well as replace the electricity purchased from the electric grid. +++++++GOOD EOUGH FOR NASA and GORE_
    Fuel cell technology used to power the Nasa shuttle will provide light and heat for AL Gores’ new London headquarters.
    The fuel cell, which converts gas into heat and electricity without producing carbon emissions, has been installed in a major crown estates development in Regent Street in the capital. Deciding factures include- “the infrastructure lasts for 20 years, a lot longer than traditional systems. And built for space"
    INFORASTRUCTURE giants – POSCO, The Seoul city government will build a 120MW Fuel cell based generation project. ****************************************************************************************************************************************************++++++++++++++++++IRONS IN THE FIRE $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ *********** The new Technology === capture carbon dioxide. Carbon capture technology, aimed at reducing emissions from power plants, might be key to addressing climate change, especially since fossil-fuel power is growing faster than power from low-carbon sources such as wind, solar, and nuclear The process only works with molten carbonate fuel cells, a type made by the Danbury, Connecticut-based company FCEL which sells them now to businesses and utilities for certain niche applications DOE funding will be used to build larger systems for capturing carbon dioxide. Several questions remain about how well it will work and how much it will cost. For one thing, exhaust gases from power plants are contaminated with sulfur and other pollutants that could interfere with the operation of a fuel cell. The costs will depend on how much the gases need to be cleaned up before they’re introduced into a fuel cell. The technology might work better at natural gas plants, which have cleaner exhaust than coal plants.
    FuelCell Energy makes fuel cells that each generate only a few megawatts. It may need to make much bigger ones—capable of hundreds of megawatts—to capture large amounts of carbon dioxide at a power plant. Using fuel cells for capturing carbon dioxide since at least the early 1990s, but the cells are cheaper now and they last longer, which could make them more practical.
    FuelCell Energy calculates that the process could capture carbon dioxide at between $20 and $30 per ton. At those rates, FuelCell might be able to sell it for use in greenhouses or for enhancing production at oil wells—it can be used to force out oil that otherwise would cling to pores inside an oil reservoir. ***********************FUEL CELLS C Could Offer Cheap Carbon Dioxide Storage
    A new type of fuel cell could make CO2 storage cheaper, but it could also prove to be a good way to pump more oil out of the ground.
    ****** solid oxide fuel cell development have been installed by many DATA CENTERS by Bloom. Today, companies such as AT&T, Coca-Cola Co., Apple and The Kroger Co. are utilizing biogas-powered fuel cells to generate energy for television studios, data hubs, distribution centers and administration offices. We have the same technology. - L Fuel cells enable a facility to become energy self-sufficient,(FCEL engineer ) - Leo says. “We like to describe this as building one’s own micro-grid, where in instances the grid goes down, you can keep your facility operational.”
    Natural disaster preparation- Distributed generation such as the Bridgeport project has several advantages. Commercial businesses, universities, Civilian water supplies, Municipal buildings, , Gov agencies, and military bases can become energy self-reliant. *********AGG Farms, Landfills and Waste Water mean $$$$$$$$$$ As more fuel cells come on line, a growing demand for sustainable fuel will stimulate growth in biogas utilization. Leo explains in the near term, wastewater treatment facilities represent the largest market potential in biogas because the anaerobic digesters already exist at many sites. ONLY getting better- “Most of the large auto manufacturers are coming out with hydrogen fuel cells within a 2015 to 2017 timeframe,” Penev explains. “There’s a least half a dozen manufacturers coming out with hydrogen cars.” There are currently two ways to produce hydrogen fuel, he says, one of which is accomplished from natural gas. Some states, like California, require certain portions of it to be derived from renewable resources.

  • POSCO- - Master Service Agreement for Asian fuel cell power plant installations - they get 3% of such revenues from POSCO for 15 years! That could justify the entire market cap today! Stock is going to 5$$$ - The Back log is almost 1/2 the Market cap and fresh royalties should support the stock. . MY target by a (investigative fact finder) Series of strategic initiatives with its South Korean partner, POSCO Energy, to expand the market for stationary fuel cell power plants in Asia - POSCO Energy is Korea's largest independent power producer and is a subsidiary of POSCO, a leading global steel producer. - $26 million license payment for manufacturing rights POSCO Energy to pay royalties for each fuel cell power plant sold over the next 15 years – The Cell Technology Transfer and License Agreement - This royalty is expected to develop into a consistent and growing revenue stream as the Asian fuel cell market expands. The license agreement may be extended for two additional terms of five years each by mutual agreement. - a) POSCO Energy in the first quarter of 2014 to meet increasing demand, and a 19.6 megawatt fuel cell park to be constructed in Seoul City, South Korea. 19.6 megawatt Godeok Rolling Stock Management Office fuel cell park - operational by the end of 2014 B) The Gyeonggi Green Energy fuel cell park, located in Hwasung City, South Korea, is fully operational. The largest fuel cell park in the world, the facility consists of 21 FuelCell Energy DFC3000(R) power plants, rated at 2.8 megawatts each, requiring only about 5.1 acres of land for 59 megawatts of new and renewable power.C) Direct FuelCell(R) 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, Somebody ask Sonja ((( is this scale?))))))

  • Reply to

    Street Sweeper - Kramer - SA - Fools - etc.

    by samronald77 Aug 22, 2014 10:15 AM

    must see

  • Reply to

    Street Sweeper - Kramer - SA - Fools - etc.

    by samronald77 Aug 22, 2014 10:15 AM

    funny how it has the name street in it? I went to the sites searched the owners, so called founder, brains?????, and reported editor. RED FLAGS all over. Including the CNBC advertising.

  • Reply to

    gangsters ARE SHORT HERE.

    by rchites 22 hours ago

    Its a said day in@#$%^&* when a new convict filled site can over power decent investors on the verge of supporting something great. A SAD day in HE!! when hacks call them self's journalist and (Sonya Colberg,) Senior Investigative Reporters. WOw. She some how forgot basic business fundamentals. The cost will come down as it scales and it can and will. It already has as the backlog shows us the demand of the products. The Royalties from POSCO add higher margins. What she calls (guess) loosing business actually allows FCEL to expand and turn backlog into money. The Company's power plants have generated more than 2.6 billion kilowatt hours this is scale. Last quarter numbers: 59 megawatt (MW) fuel cell park installed by POSCO Energy is fully operational
    ,15 MW Bridgeport fuel cell park commissioned on schedule and accepted by utility owner
    , 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 ......The increase in partners investing and buying more shares by customers tells me that they don't feel the same as felons and soon to be three time looser at this rate..IS Sonya new to investing? . The past losses are immaterial to the future that's expanding fcels and those build the parks. I think FCEL investors know the difference. The added selling short pressure tells ne we have fuel and they want in a lot cheaper before the CC. When a Hack site claims to be journalist and investigators they want you to believe they know more or have done their DD. For them not to address the recent wins and turn of the whole industry is very sic and devious. When they create a site of deceptive people and people who twist truths/facts that should be the red flag. In business manufacturing cost are higher then higher margins with growing royalties/service . I hope to see the trend continue with a big backlog.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • I hope they burn in he!!. Its the secound time i linked them.

  • Reply to

    FCEL ,Oil & Cramer

    by robvit2003 Aug 22, 2014 1:36 PM

    whats a REE REE I think you called me one earlier am I in good company?

  • Reply to

    Street Sweeper - Kramer - SA - Fools - etc.

    by samronald77 Aug 22, 2014 10:15 AM

    The defendant HUNTER ADAMS, in addition to being

    14.an undisclosed principal of First United, Lexington Capital and

    15.AGS Financial Group, was a registered representative of First

    16.United from approximately June 1995 through December 1996.

    17.HUNTER ADAMS was an associate of the Gambino Organized Crime

    18.Family. I did some searches and came up with a lot of info All bad for them

  • Reply to

    Street Sweeper - Kramer - SA - Fools - etc.

    by samronald77 Aug 22, 2014 10:15 AM

    Colberg has now teamed up with Melissa Davis , Davis worked for Cramer. REALLY................ They see the FCEL partnerships as FCEL selling shares and dilution (POCO , NRG Energy ,. Others see the shares as a commitment and buy in to the future. Another 20% in safe hands. Also the market cap is just twice the backlog that is not speculative. The misconceived notion is that she is un Based and its a fair evaluation. She does not have the technical or common sense to see it can scale and has in a short amount of time this last year. Yes the company has raised money and created good partners. Yes they have lost a lot of money YES they have a future and is a leader not in Fuel cells but PARKS.

  • Reply to

    GE will buy FCEL and throw away FCEL technology!!!!

    by mr_dbsbsm Aug 22, 2014 11:48 AM
    rchites rchites Aug 22, 2014 2:17 PM Flag

    missed the 13 fold rise to funny............... cant understand new technologies? No reception in your trailer park? To stupid to operate that cell phone anyway?

  • Reply to

    FCEL, PLUG & BLDP Rising Now

    by z4abtrlife Aug 22, 2014 1:56 PM
    rchites rchites Aug 22, 2014 2:09 PM Flag

    They are all green today. People are looking deeper in these companies. Do Ya think Cramer and Sweeper missed the 13 fold run on PLUG ? These stocks including HYGS will turn profits next year. PLUG looks to do it first. I have that one also for the GenDrive for fork lifts and GenFuel infrastructure solutions. Its more of a play for accommodating the fuel cells and making them work for haulers of materials cooling, lifting and pulling as ground crew vehicles. Ballard is into fuel cells and FCEL hold promise in big grid building sites. There are reasons these have blast off. Just FCEL patents are worth the money. I love to see clown come here and brag up companies 10 times smaller like Bloom ............... FCEL has the same technology and these clowns don't even know what they bash. This is like buying BLOOM and ten other companies.

  • Reply to

    FCEL Price vs plug, bldp

    by sieffm Aug 22, 2014 12:06 PM
    rchites rchites Aug 22, 2014 12:18 PM Flag

    Thanks for the look. in that aspect they are priced about right. BLDP makes the fuel cells for PLUG. FCEL has the big projects and plants. They all have their niche and the only way they compete is for investing dollars. I think it is great how they all have turned this year. Next year could be a real eye opener.

  • rchites rchites Aug 22, 2014 12:03 PM Flag

    Its just like the of solid oxide fuel cell
    technology (SOFC). BLOOM uses it and has some success. FCEL has it and it is about to be put online. I think their huge patent portfolio is not priced in. They have many directions not understood by me or the market -yet.

  • rchites rchites Aug 22, 2014 12:00 PM Flag

    most people don't get it yet.

  • Reply to

    WHAT SEEMS TO BE ......

    by aprilmarch Aug 21, 2014 3:34 PM
    rchites rchites Aug 22, 2014 11:59 AM Flag

    When Chip mentioned industrial applications for the trigeneration DFC that produces electricity, hydrogen and heat from natural gas, he was referring to a process known as "annealing" that gets HUGE benefits from trigen. FCEL had a demonstration 300 KW unit installed at AcuPowder (they make copper and are based in NJ) in late 2012 after getting a $2.8 million DOE contract in 2010 to install it.

    First off, annealing is a process used to produce certain metals and alloys. Most prominently silver, brass, steel and copper but there are many others. The reason AcuPowder signed on for the demonstration project is because these plants that use annealing use hydrogen in the process and it is normally shipped in (very costly). They also require an inert reducing gas along with the hydrogen. Normally these plants shipped in nitrogen for this purpose (again, very costly). What FCEL did is they retrofitted a normal 300 KW DFC fuel cell to produce the hydrogen needed along with electricity and heat. FCEL then had the exhaust CO2 from the fuel cell tested to see if it could be used in place of the inert nitrogen gas. Low and behold, AcuPowder say no difference in product quality when using CO2 instead of nitrogen. So FCEL hooked the exhaust up to the furnaces to make a quad generation fuel cell that supplies electricity, heat, hydrogen and CO2 which are all used in this process. AcuPowder found that their facility used 50% less power and cut total utility and purchasing costs by 25%!! To top it off, all of these benefits came from a quiet DFC fuel cell that also makes much cleaner energy and gives reliable power to the facility.

  • Reply to

    Street Sweeper - Kramer - SA - Fools - etc.

    by samronald77 Aug 22, 2014 10:15 AM
    rchites rchites Aug 22, 2014 11:49 AM Flag

    Cramer was the KING of stock print and the street was a top sight for passing information for hedgies. I still like the guy and think most his info is on the up and up---- now. . Yes there are influences and yes he cant study every company in depth. That is our job.

  • Reply to

    FCEL = RGSE

    by shoathai Aug 22, 2014 11:29 AM
    rchites rchites Aug 22, 2014 11:45 AM Flag

    cover fool or give a reason

  • Reply to

    WHAT SEEMS TO BE ......

    by aprilmarch Aug 21, 2014 3:34 PM
    rchites rchites Aug 22, 2014 11:43 AM Flag

    I would say uneducated idiots asked some stupid question and put out blatant lies to cover quick before the call. Guys that call a market cap twice the backlog high. People that don't understand MW vs KW in sizing companies. Blatant lies on Royally payment spooked the market temporarily. I would say having the largest installations to date scaling compared to the #$%$ performance the last couple years. The survival was in question just a year ago. The scalability, profitability, misconceptions talked about all are Sonyas BS and BIAS old material.

  • Reply to

    Negative comments from CNBC's Jim Cramer........

    by aprilmarch Aug 20, 2014 11:42 AM
    rchites rchites Aug 22, 2014 11:11 AM Flag

    my speculation is cramer will eat his words in a year...................... The untiring idiots don't get PLUG and FCEL were destroyed last year and rightly so This year the plants, technology and GRID is on line. The sweeper is a total fool. Cramer needs to do more DD. Speculation with a billion backlog and major backing with top players in the business. Its a lot more the speculation at this point. ITS in the definition that came be rationally argued if you think you have facts.

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