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- Hydrogenics posted strong results but failed to beat analyst estimates.
- The investors sold the shares off due to short-term fears.
- The company's backlog is growing and there is a lot of potential.
- The growth story is barely starting.
- Hydrogenics has come a long way and unlike the other fuel cell companies has a small market cap with a small float and shares outstanding.
- Will be first profitable fuel cell company in q3 or q4.
- Will be the only major player in energy storage which is a $20+ billion market.
- Hydrogenics and it's energy storage solution is the missing link to hockey stick renewable adoption.
- Power Systems segment has shown massive growth over the last three years and the difference in revenues for both segments has declined, giving the company a better balance.
- Focus on the alternative energy sources has allowed the fuel cell sector to grow substantially and Europe is likely to be one of the biggest growth drivers in future.
- Power Systems segment will likely continue its impressive growth as the market is expected to reach $2-3 billion over the next few years.
Hydrogenics: The Least-Hyped Fuel Cell Company With Real Upside Potential
- To price fairly with peers, HYGS needs to rise 70% to $51, to trade in line with peer group.
- Hydrogenics is the closest fuel cell company to profitability after posting EBITDA loss of ~$1M in 2013, versus PLUG and BLDP with losses of over $20M and $10M respectively.
- Hydrogenics is not as well followed as Plug Power and is much less hyped - the company is overlooked given the company is Canadian.
- Near-term catalysts: energy storage and onsite generation to drive strong fundamental business growth.
- Longer term catalysts: wind and solar to make gas fuel reduces Germany’s dependence on politically volatile Russian Natural Gas supply.
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Hydrogenics Corp together with its subsidiaries, designs, develops and manufactures hydrogen generation products based on water electrolysis technology and fuel cell products based on proton exchange membrane technology.
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