BLDP Share Price

Open 2.13 Change Price %
High 2.23 1 Day 0.00 0.00
Low 2.13 1 Week -0.04 -1.82
Close 2.16 1 Month 0.16 8.00
Volume 714899 1 Year 0.71 48.97
52 Week High 2.53
52 Week Low 1.11
BLDP Important Levels
Resistance 2 2.25
Resistance 1 2.21
Pivot 2.17
Support 1 2.11
Support 2 2.07
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Ballard Power Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: BLDP)

BLDP Technical Analysis 3
As on 24th Oct 2016 BLDP Share Price closed @ 2.16 and we RECOMMEND Buy for LONG-TERM with Stoploss of 1.57 & Buy for SHORT-TERM with Stoploss of 2.11 we also expect STOCK to react on Following IMPORTANT LEVELS.
BLDP Target for October
1st Target up-side 2.43
2nd Target up-side 2.59
3rd Target up-side 2.75
1st Target down-side 1.99
2nd Target down-side 1.83
3rd Target down-side 1.67
BLDP Other Details
Segment EQ
Market Capital 65409936.00
Sector Industrial Goods
Industry Industrial Electrical Equipment
Offical website
BLDP Address
9000 Glenlyon Parkway
Burnaby, BC V5J 5J8
Phone: 604-454-0900
Fax: 604-412-4700
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BLDP Business Profile
Ballard Power Systems Inc. (Ballard), incorporated on 12 November, 2008, is engaged in design, development, manufacture, sale and service of fuel cell products for a variety of applications, focusing on motive power (material handling and buses) and stationary power (back-up power and distributed generation). It is also engaged in proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell development and commercialization. The Company provides engineering services for a variety of fuel cell applications. It operates in two segments: Fuel Cell Products and Material Products. Its product and services include fuel cell stacks, fuel cell modules, material products, and engineering services. Its subsidiaries include Ballard Material Products Inc., Dantherm Power A/S, AFCC Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp. (AFCC) and BDF IP Holdings Ltd. In August 2012, it acquired key assets from IdaTech. The Company’s material handling market includes focuses on industrial vehicles, such as forklifts, automated guided vehicles (AGVs) and ground support equipment. Its primary product for the material handling market is the FCvelocity-9SSL, which is applicable to Class I, Class II and Class III forklift truck solutions. It supplies the FCvelocity-1020ACS, its second-generation air-cooled fuel cell product, for light-duty material handling applications. It is a supplier of fuel cell stacks for Plug Power's suite of Gen-drive power units and Plug Power is the systems integrator for Ballard's fuel cell stacks in the material handling market in North America. The Company provides fuel cell modules for public transit buses. These fuel cell buses rely on centralized fueling depots that simplify the hydrogen infrastructure requirements and are government-subsidized, thus enabling the purchase of pre-commercial fleets. Ballard designs and manufactures the FCvelocity-HD6 fuel cell module delivering 75-150 kilowatt of power for use in the bus market. Ballard supplies the fuel cell modules to hybrid drive and coach manufacturer customers that deliver zero-emission fuel cell-powered buses to transit operators worldwide. As of December 31, 2011, there were 41 Ballard-powered fuel cell buses operating in nine cities worldwide. The FCgen-1020ACS fuel cell product is its primary stack platform in the back-up power market. The second generation distributed generation (DG0 product, which is under development is the Ballard Clear-gen fuel cell system.