Who Does Not Like Fuelcell Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ:FCEL)?


Dallas, Texas 08/29/2014 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – FuelCell Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ:FCEL), the fuel cell maker with a difference is definitely coveted by investor community, especially if they see the future of energy use as ‘Green.’ For the integrated fuel cell maker, designer as well as seller the stock pile of products it can offer across the sectors is mind-boggling.

Though most of the current products of this player are more related to such players as retain chain transport and facilitators, the immense potential it holds in providing for the auto industry is important.

Tesla Inc may have moved ahead on the game plan by choosing to self-produce the fuel cells it may require for all of the electric cars and vehicles it is likely to produce.

But one thing or the other, there are intrinsic values within the FuelCell Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: FCEL) infrastructure which sees the exit of one of its lead customer.

There are detractors on the high valuation the company holds, currently at$1 billion.

And to the contrary, FCEL has been selling some of its stock, looking for more and more funds. The likelihood that there would be more stocks being sold, cannot be denied either.

But contradicting detractors is the recent new lease of life FuelCell Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: FCEL) has since sought for itself. The Hydrogen refuelling stations proposal, will allow more leverage room for the key alternative energy product supplier as, most stations look towards a 3-generaatoin technology model to offset the costs of operating the station.

As more fuel input options become available, it allows stations to maximize value within the competitive markets and demographic they are likely to operate.

Besides, FuelCell is already an established player in the alternative energy industry with clear established infrastructure, driving investments.

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