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  • J
    JAMEZZ
    PP just tweeted..SK Plug Hyverse, a joint venture between Plug and our South Korean partner SK E&S, will work with Korea Southeast Power Generation (KOEN) to cooperate with #GreenHydrogen projects based on renewable energy resources at home and abroad.

    Yeah, shorties, keep shorting..and see who is winning in long term.
  • m
    markus
    Warning: Don't use Stop Loss Sell Orders... Plug traded in a fairly tight range most of the day. There was no real buying nor selling pressure. Definitely, it was a day of consolidation. However, during the first half hour of the day, Plug suddenly dipped as low as $27.49, before quickly bouncing back to the mid $28 range. That sudden drop was most likely due to a market maker dropping the price to fill a Stop Sell Order. When you place a Stop Sell Order, it's like playing Poker with all your cards exposed for others to see. It's a bad idea. Anyway, hopefully Plug will soon start to announce new pedestal customers (Microsoft?), so that we may resume our party. Go Plug!
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    Nicodemi
    We start going up to the mid 30s when we reach $30.44. that’s my prediction. I don’t know when that will happen. Sometime before the symposium @ our giga factory October 18 in Rochester New York.
    I see accumulation on the dips and shortselling diminishing.
    I was listening to a report on CNBC that mention that the United States is in better shape than Europe and Asia dealing with inflation and recessions.
    The biggest issue with Europe of course is not enough energy for the winter.
    So, it appears as though the US is going to ship our LNG and oil to help keep Europe warm during the winter.
    So, it appears the cliché of “full steam ahead”is going to be changed to “full electrolyzers ahead” and PLUG is ready to deliver.
  • S
    Steve E.B.
    Right now about 30 % of my total is in GH2, mostly Plug.. The investor in me says that's too much,... the gambler says it's not enough. Hmmm....
  • N
    Niall
    It’s hard to understand the lack of movement on this stock after the passage of the climate bill. It was hardly certain of passage and it is truly a game changer for Plug’s now certainty of future profitability.
  • T
    Trader1
    Just In, Plug Power maintained at Overweight at Morgan Stanley with a $53.00 price upgrade from $42.00.
  • s
    sfbilla
    Hard to tell looking at the options chain whether long or short hedgies are going to rule this Friday. Long term whatever happens today will make no difference. Profitability is rapidly approaching. We have a lot of millionaires on this board already, and there is room for plenty more.
  • A
    Andreas
    Investors want Australia to prioritise the development of a low emissions, high integrity hydrogen industry – therefore favouring green hydrogen over blue.

    Green hydrogen, which is produced with renewable energy, appears more economically viable and avoids serious investment risks associated with blue hydrogen, which uses gas as the main input, according to new research commissioned by the Investor Group on Climate Change.

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    Andreas
    Hey Pluggers! Finally got banned (or something). New account, some ol’ Andreas.

    SK E&S will supply water electrolysis devices, which are used in the production of green hydrogen, through SK Plug Hyverse. Established in January, SK Plug Hyverse is a 51:49 joint venture between SK E&S and Plug Power, a Latham, New York-based hydrogen fuel cell company.

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  • A
    Andreas
    In the air or on the water, hydrogen will soon power our journeys

    The mobility of tomorrow is green. There is no debate about that. What that green mobility will look like is another story. In the laboratories of Delft University of Technology, research is being conducted across a large number of areas. Innovation Origins editor Mauro Mereu had a look around the different research departments in Delft.

    “Hydrogen will eventually take over; it’s just a matter of time,” states Arvind Gangoli Rao, professor at TU Delft.

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    Sir Leroy Jenkins III
    The revolution is coming to my backyard!

    Montgomery County receives nearly $15 million to modernize buses
    Montgomery County was awarded nearly $15 million in federal grant money to buy 13 new hydrogen fuel cell buses and build a green hydrogen fueling site at the David F. Bone Equipment Maintenance Transit Operations Center in Gaithersburg. The money represents a portion of the $51 million that is going to three Maryland counties and Washington, D.C. as part of two Federal Transit Administration grant programs [WTOP].
  • A
    Andreas
    2022—The Year the Hydrogen Economy Launched?
    The Inflation Reduction Act and the war in Ukraine pump billions into clean hydrogen R&D

    (Plug Inside)

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  • b
    bruce
    Morgan Stanley has just revamped their price to $53.00 with a BUY. Go PLUG!
  • A
    Andreas
    PEM electrolyser technology gaining favour

    Green hydrogen project developers are tending to favour proton exchange membrane electrolysis over alkaline technology, IEA data suggests.

    We know, we know.

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  • J
    JAMEZZ
    Check out article from Oilprice, Green Hydrogen Is Gaining Traction Across The Globe. It's good reading.
  • m
    markus
    Optimal inflation rate should be 5%, not the FEDs standard 2%. , Here's why... First, I think everyone agrees that hyperinflation is terrible, as is the current 8 to 9% inflation. The current inflation rate is bad due to two main reasons. First, it came on suddenly and unexpected, primarily started by Covid stimulus plans, and exacerbated by the war in Ukraine. The second reason is that inflation is higher than the growth rate of the working population. Understandably, the FED is fighting to reduce inflation, and that's a great thing, up to a point. If the FED stubbornly is set upon returning us to the traditional 2% inflation, they will end up chasing our robust economy into a deep recession. On the other hand, if they would be satisfied with a stable, steady 5% rate, that would be optimal. Wages would be growing faster than inflation, so the middle class won't get poorer. Generally, people living below the poverty line will need some subsidy regardless of inflation. The wealthy will see their assets grow in an orderly manner. A 2% FED FUNDS rate is also too low. When the Covid pandemic hit, the FED didn't want to have negative rates. That would have been cured if the standard rate was closer to 5% to begin with. Thus, the FED would have been able to stimulate the economy by reducing interest rates alone, and they could have minimized the need to pump money into the pandemic economy. The only people who would hate standard higher rates of inflation are people who sit on piles of cash. You might ask, "Who would ever want to sit on hoards of cash?" Well, drug lord kingpins are sitting on vast cash supplies, and frankly, I'm not concerned if their purchasing power is diminished. Anyway, as the current FED regime brings our steep inflation down towards 5%, I hope they know to Quit While You're Ahead. It would be a shame to intentionally destroy a healthy economy. FYI, yes, I am an economist, who happens to love Plug.
  • m
    matt
    Newbies here….. Don’t let Motley Stool or IBD scare you out of your positions. They have been bashing plug ever since it was $1 per share….
  • J
    J
    PLUG's progress in Egypt will most likely be showcased at COP 27 from November 6th thru the 18th.

    REMEMBER...

    Fertiglobe announced that PLUG POWER Inc. was selected for Egypt's first green hydrogen plant. The plant, which is to be developed by Fertiglobe in a consortium with Scatec ASA, Sovereign Fund for Egypt (TSFE) and Orascom Construction, will be a 100MW electrolyser, producing green hydrogen as feedstock for up to 90,000 tons of green ammonia production.

    GO PLUG! GO LONGS!!!
  • J
    Joel
    I've been in the market for over 35 years. Numerous highly volitale stocks included. Can honestly say, PLUG is the most volitale of all.
    Thumbs up, of you agree. Thumbs down, if you don't.