Apr. 14, 2014, 2:19 PM
- Early gains in Ballard Power (BLDP +0.7%) are fading, as Cowen starts coverage of BLDP at Market Perform with a price target of $3.75, slightly below the stock's close at $3.93 last week, as the firm notes some key positives.
- BLDP and Volkswagen have a multi-year contract which might be good for C$60M-C$110M in revenue, and a partnership with Anglo American Platinum targets developing home generators for South Africa.
- Cowen is looking for a FY 2014 loss of $0.07/share and a 2015 loss of $0.01/share, while seeing respective '14 and '15 revenue of $80M and $97.5M.
- After early gains, other alternative energy stocks are mixed: PLUG +1%, FCEL -0.8%, HYGS -3%, ZBB -1.1%.
Apr. 7, 2014, 2:34 PM
- Hydrogenics (HYGS -11.3%) shares plunge in apparent reaction to Friday's report of preliminary Q1 revenue of $7M-$7.5M vs. analyst expectations of $11.7M.
- HYGS reiterated its previously announced FY 2014 outlook that it will exceed $50M in revenue and will surpass breakeven adjusted EBITDA for the year.
- Says it finished 2013 with $57M backlog, with ~$40M to be realized as revenue in 2014.
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Mar. 11, 2014, 11:04 AM
- Roth Capital raises its price target on high-flying Hydrogenics (HYGS -2.7%) to $40 from $14 and keeps its Buy rating following recent Q4 results.
- The firm notes Q4 gross margin was light at 24.6% and profit missed on higher than expected operating expenses; the company affirmed guidance, which calls for a 30% gain in profits in 2014 and achieving profitability in H2 2014.
- Roth expects power-to-gas to serve as a source of long-term revenue growth, while in the short term HYGS is seeing increased customer interest for larger projects; although it is difficult to predict timing, it believes HYGS may secure large-scale orders in 2014.
- Despite today's losses, shares have gained 68% YTD.
Mar. 11, 2014, 9:17 AM
- FuelCell Energy's (FCEL) FQ1 results aren't slowing down the recent buying frenzy in its shares, +16.8% premarket after revenue jumped 22% Y/Y and losses narrowed amid growing demand for multi-megawatt fuel cell parks.
- Inquiries and activity levels globally remain high, FCEL says, and the company is on track to close orders worth multiple megawatts of power capacity.
- Backlog totaled $327M at Jan. 31, 2014 vs. $428M a year ago.
- No FQ2 guidance is provided; consensus estimates for the quarter are an EPS loss of $0.03 on sales of $48.8M.
- Alternative energy stocks continue to rise at a torrid pace: PLUG +9.5%, BLDP +11.7%, HYGS +5.1%, ZBB +18.8%, CPST +13.2%, OPTT +9.9% premarket.
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Dec. 18, 2013, 5:49 PM
- Hydrogenics (HYGS) +7.8% AH on news it was selected as a participating partner in a Department of Energy project award to supply hydrogen fuel cell modules to the Center for Transportation and the Environment to be incorporated into fuel cell hybrid electric delivery vehicles.
- The project is part of a $7.2M series of awards to help bring cost-effective, advanced hydrogen and fuel cell technologies online faster for both mobile and stationary applications.
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Aug. 1, 2013, 11:41 AM
- Shares of Hydrogenics (HYGS -17.9%) slide hard after Q2 earnings and revenue miss expectations by a wide margin.
- The stock has had an extraordinary run since SA Pro contributor Joe Springer said the shares could triple in an article published in May.
- "Some lumpiness remains from quarter to quarter due to order timing," CEO Daryl Wilson says, adding that H2 bookings and revenue should be stronger.
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Hydrogenics Corp along with its subsidiaries, designs, develops and manufactures hydrogen generation and fuel cell products based on water electrolysis technology and proton exchange membrane technology.
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