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FuelCell Energy (FCEL) fell 11.3% in AH trading after reporting late yesterday an FQ2 loss of...

FuelCell Energy (FCEL) fell 11.3% in AH trading after reporting late yesterday an FQ2 loss of $0.06 per share, a penny worse than expected. Revenue fell 15.4% Y/Y to $24.2M, missing consensus by $9.3M. Investors tuning in to today's 10am ET conference call (here) will be looking for guidance the company may be in line to achieve manufacturing volume of 80 megawatts annually, the point at which FuelCell noted profitability could become a reality.
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  • thotdoc
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    CEOs can be lucky or good. I have been thinking that FCEs CEO was good, now I'm almost sure he has just been lucky.


    Let's see, he has a backlog of work that is 2-3 times the volume of what the company needs to be profitable. This backlog has been going on for over a year. And the company makes less revenue.


    That is mind boggling. I read they are working 5 days around the clock. Let's see. There are 7 days. There are people who need a job, and there is one CEO that needs to go.


    It's time for new management. The CEO has not made the transition in his thinking from survival to profitability. Can we get a grass roots movement?
    6 Jun 2012, 08:25 AM Reply Like
  • patass
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    Patience grasshopper, by the end of the year FCEL will own the market for fuel cell technology, and will soon announce a deal with some major oil companies which will place fuel cell stops at gas stations across the usa and world.,..
    6 Jun 2012, 02:59 PM Reply Like
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