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Een short squeeze kan zomaar op de loer liggen.
Er zit volgens mij echt veel short, als deze posities gesloten moeten worden kunnen we nog vuurwerk beleven!
Fijn weekend
Radikal
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DANBURY, Conn., Aug. 20, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FuelCell Energy, Inc. (Nasdaq: FCEL), a global leader in delivering clean, innovative and affordable fuel cell solutions for the supply, recovery and storage of energy, today announced the appointment of Jason Few as its new President and Chief Executive Officer, effective as of August 26, 2019. Few joined the FuelCell Energy Board of Directors in November 2018. Few, along with the Company’s executive leadership team, will be responsible for the revitalization and advancement of FuelCell Energy, including its ongoing restructuring efforts, its efforts to enhance commercial activity, and its efforts to improve operational effectiveness.

Few has over 30 years of experience increasing enterprise value for global Fortune 500 companies, as well as privately held technology, telecommunication, and energy firms. In his past experience as a President and CEO, Few has developed strategic plans to capture growth, architected a billion-dollar turnaround, divested non-core assets, built and developed leadership teams, deleveraged balance sheets, invested in new capabilities, reinvigorated the brand and strengthened customer relationships. Through his work on public, private and nonprofit boards, he brings deep corporate governance experience, capital allocation discipline, and the ability to ensure strategic alignment.

Commenting on his appointment, Few said, “It is a privilege to be asked by the Board to lead FuelCell Energy through its continued transformation. FuelCell Energy is well positioned to fully participate in the global clean energy future. FuelCell Energy has a fantastic business, a talented team and market leading clean energy technology.” Few, age 53, previously served as President of Sustayn Analytics, a data visualization and analytics company focused on the waste and recycling industries. James H. England, Chairman of the FuelCell Energy Board, added, “Jason has been an important contributor during his time on the Board of Directors, significantly bolstering our efforts to strengthen the Company and put FuelCell Energy in a position to deliver on its $2 billion backlog. Speaking on behalf of the entire Board of Directors, we are pleased to have Jason’s commercial and leadership experiences driving the Company forward and are excited to work with Jason as the President and Chief Executive Officer.”

Few added, “During the balance of the calendar year, our team will be focused on executing in a number of critical strategic areas. At the highest level, we certainly want to reinvigorate our customer relationships and the FuelCell Energy brand and to promote fuel cells as a solution going forward in the global clean energy space. More tactically, domestically, we are focusing on reinvigorating our sales efforts, including a renewed focus on behind-the-meter opportunities. We recently discussed our relaunch of our sub-megawatt solution in Europe, and this is expected to be part of a broader effort to re-engage the international markets, including Asia and Europe. We also plan to continue to develop fuel cell technology for major advanced technology initiatives, especially in the area of carbon capture, collaborating with third parties on funded programs. We also intend to instill a culture based around lean principles, focus on operational effectiveness, maintain our focus on fiscal discipline, and continue to work to optimize our capital structure. Lastly, we plan to make FuelCell Energy a vibrant place to work, one where our team members can take pride in what they accomplish and grow professionally. Collectively, these will build the foundation of a stronger, more successful FuelCell Energy going forward.”

Few will continue to serve on the board of FuelCell Energy as a non-independent director. The FuelCell Energy Board is currently evaluating its composition given Mr. Few’s appointment, and expects to expand its membership in the coming months. He also serves on the boards of Marathon Oil Corporation (MRO), Memorial Hermann Health System, and the American Heart Association.

Jennifer Arasimowicz will remain in her role as General Counsel, Corporate Secretary, Executive Vice President, and Chief Commercial Officer, and, along with the Company’s Executive Vice President, Treasurer, and Chief Financial Officer, Michael Bishop, the Company’s Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Michael Lisowski, and the Company’s Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Anthony Leo, will report directly to Mr. Few. The roles of Chief Restructuring Officer, held by Laura Marcero, and Deputy Chief Restructuring Officer, held by Lee Sweigart, will remain, and, effective as of August 26, 2019, they will report to both the Board of Directors and Mr. Few, as Chief Executive Officer of the Company.
Radikal
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TUPTUP
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Beste,

Ik heb net Fuelcell Energy gekocht, 6000 stuks aan 0,243 $.
Vorige aankoop was 0,18 $ x 10.000 stuks en verkoop aan 0,82 $, mooie winst genomen met 6.000 €.

Mogelijks zakken ze nog iets, maar met de opgedane winst kan ik nog een tijdje spelen.

Fuelcell is hoe dan ook Duurzaam, vanaf begin 2020 verwacht ik een definitieve ommekeer.
Radikal
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Ik hoop ook dat er begin 2020 een ommekeer komt.
momenteel heb ik 12.000 aan 0,77 USD dus ze moeten nog veel stijgen voor ik winst heb.
Ik heb namelijk de reverse split meegemaakt van 25.000 aandelen naar 2.083 ex.
Daarna wel héél laag bijgekocht, maar zit nog op 0,77 USD dus.
Radikal
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FuelCell Energy Announces End of Engagement with Huron Based on Progress
Nov 05, 2019
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DANBURY, Conn., Nov. 05, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FuelCell Energy, Inc. (Nasdaq: FCEL), a global leader in delivering clean, innovative and affordable fuel cell solutions for the supply, recovery and storage of energy, today announced that based on the progress made by the Company, the Board ended the engagement with Huron and the restructuring services being provided effective October 31, 2019. Beginning on June 2, 2019, Huron provided various services related to the Company’s restructuring and contingency planning initiatives. The Board’s decision was based on the outcome of many actions undertaken by Huron at the direction of the Board that led to the Company’s successful restructuring, including the right sizing of the business, implementation of cost control measures, and pay off of substantial corporate debt.

“Huron did an exceptional job on behalf of FuelCell throughout the restructuring and their efforts toward our stronger future is appreciated," said Jason Few, President and Chief Executive Officer, FuelCell Energy, Inc. "Huron engaged at a difficult time in the Company’s history and has completed its role successfully positioning FuelCell Energy in a much stronger position just four months after the initial engagement.”

The Company will continue delivering world class differentiated clean continuous power, the work of revitalizing FuelCell Energy, its overall operational effectiveness, enhanced commercial activity, geographic expansion and improving financial results.
Radikal
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IRVING, Texas and DANBURY, Conn., Nov. 06, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ExxonMobil and FuelCell Energy, Inc. said today they have signed a new, two-year expanded joint-development agreement to further enhance carbonate fuel cell technology for the purpose of capturing carbon dioxide from industrial facilities.

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The agreement, worth up to $60 million, will focus efforts on optimizing the core technology, overall process integration and large-scale deployment of carbon capture solutions. ExxonMobil is exploring options to conduct a pilot test of next-generation fuel cell carbon capture solution at one of its operating sites.

“ExxonMobil is working to advance carbon capture technologies while reducing costs and enhancing scalability,” said Vijay Swarup, vice president of research and development for ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company. “This expanded agreement with FuelCell Energy will enable further progress on this unique carbon capture solution that has the potential to achieve meaningful reductions of carbon dioxide emissions from industrial operations.”

FuelCell Energy’s proprietary technology uses carbonate fuel cells to efficiently capture and concentrate carbon dioxide streams from large industrial sources. Combustion exhaust is directed to the fuel cell, which produces power while capturing and concentrating carbon dioxide for permanent storage.

The modular design enables the technology to be deployed at a wide range of locations, which could lead to a more cost-efficient path for large-scale deployment of carbon capture and sequestration.

“Today’s announcement underscores our leadership position in fuel cell technology,” said Jason Few, president and chief executive officer of FuelCell Energy. “We are excited to continue to work with ExxonMobil to tackle one of the biggest challenges that exists today. We have a great opportunity to scale and commercialize our unique carbon capture solution, one that captures about 90 percent of carbon dioxide from various exhaust streams, while generating additional power, unlike traditional carbon capture technologies which consume significant power."

“FuelCell Energy has always been proud of our technology and our role in reshaping the environmental impact of industry and electrical generation. This is another giant step forward towards the large-scale deployment of this much needed technology.”

ExxonMobil and FuelCell Energy began working together in 2016 with a focus on better understanding the fundamental science behind carbonate fuel cells and how to increase efficiency in separating and concentrating carbon dioxide from the exhaust of natural gas-fueled power generation. The new and expanded agreement will prioritize the optimization of the core carbon capture technology for integration into large-scale industrial facilities such as refineries and chemical plants.

ExxonMobil engineers and scientists have researched, developed and applied technologies that could play a role in the widespread deployment of carbon capture and storage for more than 30 years. The company has a working interest in approximately one-fifth of the world’s total carbon capture capacity, and has captured about 7 million tonnes per year of carbon dioxide. ExxonMobil has captured more carbon dioxide than any other company.
wesmail
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bedrijf bijna failliet maar met een extra lening weer wat respijt, extra aandelen uitgeven binnenkort, reversesplitsing om de koers weer boven de $1 te krijgen. Gisteren durfde ik niet maar ik ga het vanaf nu meemaken. Voor $ 0,50 erin.... bescheiden. Wie weet hebben we een mooi product en doet Exxon wel ooit een bod.

succes allen.
kweetje
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ik zit er al in sinds vorig jaar en zware race naar beneden meegemaakt. Bij min 70 procent verdubbeld. Heb het aandeel vervloekt vooral laatste week toen het onder 0.25 ging. Maar alles heeft een reden en toen ik het gisteren het laatste half uur zag stijgen wist ik dat er iets kwam en vandaag nu weer op + 100 procent op een dag en bijna uit mijn verlies. Zien wat nu gebeurt wan telkens zakte het weer in elkaar maar nu is er een deftige stap gezet en het kan snel weer verdubbelen. Waterstof is de toekomst maar de vraag is welke technologie en bedrijf. nl.investing.com/equities/fuelcell-en...
Zuenneth
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Radikal
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quote:

Zuenneth schreef op 13 november 2019 12:30:

Vandaag maar eens instappen inndit bedrijf, ik lees er veel goed over
Ik zou zeker niet wachten wat het gaat héél snel nu
Spetske
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Ik ben het aandeel beginnen volgen in het voorjaar. Een 4-tal keer gekocht en verkocht met zo'n 10% winst. In september onverwachts de stijging van 0,35 naar 0,64 gehad. Was op vakantie in Kos, dus eigenlijk niet dierct in de gaten dat de koers zo erg was gestegen en dus niet afgdekt met Trailing Stop Market Order. Toch nog aan 0,55 verkocht. Vorige week nog eens gekocht en verkocht met 10% winst..Gisteren terug ingestapt aan 0,56 maar nu wel afgedekt met Trailing Stop Market Order met 0,05 spread zodat bij eventuele verdere stijging de Stop Market mee stijgt. Voor mij is het dus eer zeer leuk en lucratief aandeel
Zuenneth
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Wat een knaller vandaag! Wat gaat de dag van morgen brengen? Weer z’n knaller? Of gaan we iets naar beneden?
Beursgoeroe1968
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Ben ook ingestapt op 0.50$ .. die geweldige stijgingen kunnen niet elke dag.
Ik geloof wel in het product wat ze maken en zit erin voor long
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