Gloom and Bloom: Another fuel cell IPO is unlikely to win over investors

Rumors about an initial public offering from solid oxide fuel cell developer Bloom Energy (see the December 10, 2014 LRESJ) have circulated for years, with the company itself once claiming an IPO would come in 2014. Finally, these rumors have gained credibility recently, as the company reportedly ha...

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