Ballard Power Systems Inc traded at 8.13 this Thursday June 30th, increasing 0.02 or 0.25 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Ballard Power Systems Inc gained 11.24 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 63.74 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Ballard Power Systems Inc to be priced at 8.64 by the end of this quarter and at 8.07 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.


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Peers Price Day Year
American Superconductor 4.86 -0.32 -6.18% -72.02%
Fuelcell Energy 3.78 0.03 0.80% -54.89%
Plug Power 17.18 0.61 3.68% -47.11%

Indexes Price Day Year
CATSX 18861 -217.28 -1.14% -6.75%

Ballard Power Systems Inc
Ballard Power Systems Inc. is a Canada-based company that is engaged in the business of design, development, manufacture, sale and service of proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell products for a variety of applications. The Company is focused on the power product markets of Heavy-Duty Motive (consisting of bus, truck, rail and marine applications), Material Handling and Backup Power, as well as the delivery of Technology Solutions, including engineering services, technology transfer, and the license and sale of the Company’s intellectual property portfolio and fundamental knowledge for a variety of PEM fuel cell applications. The Company’s fuel cell is an environmentally clean electrochemical device that combines hydrogen fuel with oxygen (from the air) to produce electricity.