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rchites 510 posts  |  Last Activity: 15 hours ago Member since: Apr 12, 2004
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  • Reply to

    FCEL ,Oil & Cramer

    by robvit2003 Aug 22, 2014 1:36 PM
    rchites rchites Aug 22, 2014 4:46 PM Flag

    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
    rchites rchites Aug 22, 2014 3:58 PM Flag

    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
    rchites rchites Aug 22, 2014 3:42 PM Flag

    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

    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.

  • Reply to

    Street Sweeper - Kramer - SA - Fools - etc.

    by samronald77 Aug 22, 2014 10:15 AM
    rchites rchites Aug 22, 2014 11:07 AM Flag

    blatant lies by them ----------------------------------ROYALTIES,SCALE

  • Reply to

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

    by aprilmarch Aug 20, 2014 11:42 AM
    rchites rchites Aug 22, 2014 11:01 AM Flag

    Learn the difference between million and billion backlog and MW vs KW. Reread your sales to data centers in CALIFORNIA ! We are world wide and biggest grid deployments. FuelCell Energy is in discussions with several potential global
    partners to commercialize the SOFC technology.
    We acquired Versa Power Systems,
    Inc. (Versa), a leading global developer of solid oxide fuel cell
    technology (SOFC)______________ same technology!!!!!!!!! . Prior to this action, we owned approximately
    39 percent of Versa and partnered with Versa under the U.S.
    Department of Energy Solid State Energy Conversion Alliance
    (SECA) coal-based systems program. Versa has research
    facilities in Littleton, Colorado, USA and Calgary, Canada
    with 34 employees. Both facilities are leased. Research and
    development is being closely coordinated with existing FuelCell
    Energy research and development resources in Danbury,
    Connecticut, USA.
    Versa is a supplier to The Boeing Co. under a U.S. Defense
    Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) program to
    develop and fly a very long endurance unmanned aircraft.
    Versa’s specialized solid state SOFC technology is paired with
    solar equipment to provide an on-board source of power for
    propulsion and communication equipment

  • Reply to

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

    by aprilmarch Aug 20, 2014 11:42 AM
    rchites rchites Aug 22, 2014 10:49 AM Flag

    BLOOM revenue is none existent.............. Read our projects done and theirs. You are new aren't you Do they have a billion backlog .......... learn and type less. We go for the big plants and top players in the continents. Please tell me that Bloom is not a little flower compared to our biggest orders and largest facilities.

  • - 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) FuelCell Energy Reports First Quarter 2014 Results and Business Highlights
    l 59 megawatt (MW) fuel cell park installed by POSCO Energy is fully operational
    l 15 MW Bridgeport fuel cell park commissioned on schedule and accepted by utility owner
    l Groundbreaking for 20 MW fuel cell park in South Korea to support the electric grid and a railroad depot
    l 3.7 MW's of new fuel cell module orders to support Korea market demand
    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. Less moving parts then combustion engine. Abundant hydrogen 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 9) S. Korea and Posco in Asia- POSCO Energy existing multi-year 122
    megawatt fuel cell kit order, POSCO Energy to pay royalties for each fuel cell power plant sold over the next 15 years, Europe, the Fenchurch office,tri-generation- Vancouver, Canada, plants for United Illuminating, Fraunhofer IKTS,, partnership with NRG, Bridgeport, 10) From Bloomberg we learn that FuelCell Energy Inc., the company that built the world’s biggest fuel-cell power plant, has won a contract to supply 5.6 MW of equipment to South Korea’s largest steelmaker. Posco will use the equipment to build power plants for customers in Korea this year. Posco is building a factory in Korea to make fuel cells using FuelCell’s technology that’s expected to begin production next year. The systems convert natural gas into electricity through a chemical reaction. In February FuelCell completed a 59 MW project in South Korea , Worlds largest. 11) That 19.6-MW facility “POSCO and FuelCell Energy are planning another fuel cell project adjacent to a railroad depot operated by the Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corp. 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.
    12) The report predicts that global fuel cell capacity will reach 664.5 MW by 2020, representing a 22.6% compound annual growth rate from 2014 to 2020. Government support is expected to be the primary driver behind this growth, with various countries investing in hydrogen fuel cell infrastructure to support transportation. Fuel cells are expected to be most successful in North America and in the Asian-Pacific region.
    13) Californa is a driver. California, whose regulators want millions of emission-free cars and trucks to be sold by 2025, is providing its own boost.
    While hydrogen is the universe’s most abundant element, pumps dispensing it are few and far between. California plans to spend $20 million each year for a decade to build about 100 stations 14) WAISTE -Brouwer’s model of using natural gas from waste occurs in enclosed tanks and pipes, the carbon emissions can be more easily contained. As a result, Brouwer said, hydrogen made from this brown source meets California’s “green” fuel rules.
    Brouwer said his team designed and built the Fountain Valley project with about $10 million in funding from sources including California government bodies and a U.S. Department of Energy grant. FCEL and Air Products APD, provided components and worked with Brouwer to design the system. 15) solid oxide fuel cell development under the U.S. Department of
    Energy Solid State Energy Conversion Alliance (SECA) program as well as revenue recognized under a previously announced
    data center project. 16) Backlog totaled $326.8 million at January 31, 2014 compared to $428.3 million at January 31, 2013.
    l Product sales backlog was $144.6 million at January 31, 2014 compared to $260.4 million at January 31, 2013. Product
    backlog in megawatts (MW) totaled 95.0 MW at January 31, 2014 compared to 150.7 MW at January 31, 2013.
    l Service backlog was $164.8 million at January 31, 2014 compared to $149.9 million at January 31, 2013.
    l Advanced technologies contracts backlog was $17.4 million at January 31, 2014 compared to $18.0 million at January
    31, 2013. 17 )) "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." 18) "We had 74 megawatts of fuel cell parks become fully operational during the first quarter of 2014, supplying ultra-clean
    baseload power to electric grids and demonstrating the capability for stationary fuel cell power plants to address power
    generation challenges facing utilities and governments around the world," continued Mr. Bottone-Bridgeport, Hartford Hospital in Connecticut, Gyeonggi Green Energy 59 megawatt-SKorea 19) Direct FuelCell® power plants are generating ultra-clean, efficient and reliable power at more than 50 locations worldwide. DFCs uses natural gas or renewable biogas (from sources such as wastewater treatment or food processing)
    with more than 300 megawatts of power generation capacity installed or in backlog, FuelCell Energy is a global leader in providing
    ultra-clean baseload distributed generation to utilities, industrial operations, universities, municipal water treatment facilities,
    government installations and other customers around the world. 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 The technology is being used in 50 locations globally. 20) DFCs- DFC technology including Hydrogen generation and Carbone capture. In addition, we are pursuing research with solid oxide cells as well as Hydrogen compression and storage.
    food processing, as well as clean natural gas. Direct FuelCell, DFC, DFC/T, DFC-H2 and FuelCell Energy, Inc. are all registered trademarks of FuelCell Energy, Inc. DFCERG
    is a registered trademark jointly owned by Enbridge, Inc. and FuelCell Energy, Inc. 21) FCES is a joint venture, FuelCell Energy Solutions, our European joint venture with
    Fraunhofer IKTS, produces products for our Federal Ministry of Education and Research’s new office
    complex in Berlin, Crown Estate’s-London , service
    agreement with ewz, one of Switzerland’s largest utilities
    Served Area at our facility in Germany. -
    between Fraunhofer
    IKTS and FuelCell . Fraunhofer IKTS: We announced a partnership with The
    Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems
    IKTS in 2012. 22) Bridgeport online validated our highly efficient, environmentally
    friendly Direct FuelCell® technology, The largest project of its kind in North America, the fuel
    cell park is comprised of five of our DFC3000® fuel cell
    power plants, 23) Green Energy fuel cell park in Hwasung City, South Korea
    further validates our core technology and business
    strategy. Comprised of 21 of our DFC3000® power plants,
    the park is now fully operational, 24 ) co-marketing partnership with NRG Energy 25) Fraunhofer IKTS: We announced a partnership with The
    Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems
    IKTS in 2012 26) . Enbridge, Inc.: We have a market development relationship
    with Canada-based Enbridge (NYSE: ENB), a leader in energy
    transportation and distribution for the market development and
    deployment of the Direct FuelCell - Energy Recovery Generation
    (DFC-ERG®) power plant. 27) FuelCell Energy is in discussions with several potential global
    partners to commercialize the SOFC technology.
    In December 2012, the Company acquired Versa Power Systems,
    Inc. (Versa), a leading global developer of solid oxide fuel cell
    technology (SOFC). Prior to this action, we owned approximately
    39 percent of Versa and partnered with Versa under the U.S.
    Department of Energy Solid State Energy Conversion Alliance
    (SECA) coal-based systems program. Versa has research
    facilities in Littleton, Colorado, USA and Calgary, Canada
    with 34 employees. Both facilities are leased. Research and
    development is being closely coordinated with existing FuelCell
    Energy research and development resources in Danbury,
    Connecticut, USA.
    Versa is a supplier to The Boeing Co. under a U.S. Defense
    Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) program to
    develop and fly a very long endurance unmanned aircraft.
    Versa’s specialized solid state SOFC technology is paired with
    solar equipment to provide an on-board source of power for
    propulsion and communication equipment. 28) We have 86 current U.S. patents and 63 international patents
    covering our fuel cell technology (in certain cases covering the
    same technology in multiple jurisdictions). 82 of our U.S. patents
    relate to our Direct FuelCell technology, one patent relates
    to SOFC technology and three patents relate to PEM fuel cell
    technology. We also have submitted 20 U.S. and 77 international
    patent applications. In addition, our subsidiary, Versa Power Systems, Inc., has 28
    current U.S. patents and 111 international patents covering their
    SOFC technology 29) POSCO Energy (which is a related
    party and owns approximately 16 percent of the outstanding
    common shares of the Company), Dominion Bridgeport Fuel
    Cell, LLC, Department of Energy, BioFuels Fuel Cells, LLC
    and UTS BioEnergy, LLC are major customers….. 30)

  • Reply to

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

    by aprilmarch Aug 20, 2014 11:42 AM
    rchites rchites Aug 22, 2014 10:45 AM Flag

    You are KIDDING RIGHT! Are you new to investing. You have not learned to read about Royalties and the service growing? OK its time for the top 30 READ and educate yourself next post

  • Plug Power said it expects, “a plethora of global opportunities” from the auto-manufacturing market such as Daimler AG and BMW AG to use fuel cells to power forklifts and other material handling devices in their warehouses. The overall potential of the fuel cell sector is massive as the businesses are looking at alternative energy. The company said it had new orders from car makers such as Volkswagen and BMW, Honda Motors, a new customer and range extenders to FedEx Inc. electric trucks.. Hyundai, South Korea’s largest automaker, works with affiliate KIA Motors on hydrogen R&D. Toyota and Bayerische Motoren ( BMW) have a fuel-cell technology alliance and Honda and GM last year formed a fuel-cell partnership. Daimler Mercedes-Benz, Ford Motor Co. and Nissan Motor Co. are also working together to advance the technology. GENDRIVE can work with many players in Hydrogen It may be the standard. PERIOD

  • rchites rchites Aug 22, 2014 8:07 AM Flag

    From Bloomberg we learn that FuelCell Energy Inc., the company that built the world’s biggest fuel-cell power plant, has won a contract to supply 5.6 MW of equipment to South Korea’s largest steelmaker. Posco will use the equipment to build power plants for customers in Korea this year. Posco is building a factory in Korea to make fuel cells using FuelCell’s technology that’s expected to begin production next year. The systems convert natural gas into electricity through a chemical reaction. In February FuelCell completed a 59 MW project in South Korea, the world’s largest facility making electricity with fuel cells.

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