Which of the two has better odds of succeeding?
News & Analysis: Plug Power
Can the fuel cell maker finally turn profitable?
If analysts are correct, this assortment of rapidly growing companies could deliver big-time returns over the next year.
The company fulfilled its previously announced intention to launch a joint venture with a major automaker.
The fuel cell technology stalwart's stock soared over the past year, but has lost the largest fraction of those gains since early 2021.
The fuel cell maker has completed the restatement of its financials and can fully focus on its business again.
The fuel cell maker's stock has historically been volatile.
The company's previous performance seems less electric, but management insists the future remains bright.
The financial restatement that investors have been waiting for arrived a day early.
Which of the two companies can profitably commercialize fuel cell technology?