It does look awful. A reverse split now may avoid having to do it when they're forced to. The company should be sold to a larger firm which can afford it.
Perhaps the product of anerobic digestion is more suited to a micro turbine, or perhaps there a differences in the gas produced at Sierra Nevada, than gas produced elseware, and differences between anerobic gas and natural gas.
It is a big deal because a fuel cell power plant can be put in a yield co, providing a market for FCEL's units.
Need a broker who charges less than a half penny per share to acquire a meaningfull number of shares, otherwise transaction cost is prohibitive.
My interest is the lighting business and Phillip's various business interests provide a margin of safety.
They hired a compensation evaluation company and the compensation report is in the proxy. It makes sense, but fails with the laugh test.
It should be a hot ipo, available only to wealthy customers of the underwriters, who will flip the shares to us peons.
So why do insiders sell their shares, and own so few shares? Wish I could believe, but not unless insiders participate
Agree on natural gas. Unless estimates are way off, projected earnings suggest the Chinese solar stocks are very cheap.