written by reader what company produces energy out of thin air – stock less than $10

By bcarrot, June 25, 2020

David Fessler from the Oxfordclub is touting The Next Stock of the Decade https://pro.oxfordclub.com/p/DECADETO79ORELTDSETTETTLTTBL/LOREW697/Full?h=true
“The Largest Economic Opportunity of the 21st Century.” and references boxes outside of Walmarts and other stores
Looks like some kind of device that produces energy out of thin air

here is an excerpt of the pitch
Because this company… which just recently IPO’d and trades for less than $10… is set to become the most important company in America.
The company was founded by a brilliant NASA rocket scientist.
He was working on a secret project to create livable environments on the surface of Mars.
And in doing so, he managed to create a new technology that will forever change the planet Earth.
The base component of this technology is just 100 millimeters by 100 millimeters (mm).
I will show it directly to you in just a moment.
But please understand, this tiny piece of equipment represents a technology so BIG, it will soon impact every single person on the planet.
Keep in mind, it has nothing to do with 5G, blockchain, new smartphones or anything else you are probably familiar with.
Rather, it’s FAR BIGGER than all of those.
The rollout is happening as we speak.
The company is currently in the process of making partnerships with all the top U.S. corporations.
It has deals in place with Walmart, Google, eBay, Apple, Staples, FedEx, Safeway, Home Depot, Macy’s, AT&T, Honda, Yahoo, Verizon and more.

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Wolsie
Wolsie
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July 1, 2020 9:25 am

Looks very interesting. Would like to see this one analyzed by Travis!

hvonhollen
hvonhollen
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Reply to  Wolsie
July 1, 2020 10:10 am

I agree. Got an email this morning and states its the stock of the decade. Would like to find out more.

ratherbbiking
ratherbbiking
Irregular
Reply to  Wolsie
July 1, 2020 10:53 am

Looks like it is Bloom Energy (BE) (I’m no Travis so can’t say for sure). I read the article then did a few searches for Holy Grail and 60 minutes and found this article. The article was from 2010.
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/the-bloom-box-an-energy-breakthrough-18-02-2010/

I then went to Blooms website and the same boxes are in the article you sent. They also report having all the same customers, google, walmart, staples etc.

It took me forever to figure out who they produce energy. It looks like they run on natural gas.

Their stock is under $10 and has been flat for the last year, prior to that it was done which was what the article said. I am curious when that teaser came out?

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ratherbbiking
ratherbbiking
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Reply to  ratherbbiking
July 1, 2020 10:58 am

Looks like Motley Fool addressed the stock here, company is losing money each year:
https://www.fool.com/investing/2020/06/30/why-bloom-energys-shares-popped-343-today.aspx

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hvonhollen
hvonhollen
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July 1, 2020 10:13 am

Agree. I would like to see review of this teaser.

dinjax
dinjax
Member
July 1, 2020 12:27 pm

He’s talking about a fuel cell. While they usually generate electricity from hydrogen or methane, they can also work in reverse. Here’s a link describing an improvement that makes the reverse process up to 97% efficient :
https://arstechnica.com/science/2019/03/new-fuel-cell-material-can-run-efficiently-in-reverse-storing-energy/
There are a few fuel cell companies out there. FCEL has reverse cell technology and there are likely many others.
If efficient, low temperature reverse cells made from low cost materials can be commercialized it would be a great solution for long-term energy storage from renewable sources, much better than using batteries which are heavy and lose charge over time.

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