Hydrogen Stocks News: Why are PLUG, FCEL and BE stocks up today?

Hydrogen stocks are in the headlines on Tuesday as several companies see their stocks surge today!

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Let’s dive into this news below to see what’s moving hydrogen stocks!

Hydrogen Stock News: Plug Power (PLUG)

Plug hole (NASDAQ:PLUG) stock kicks us off with shares up more than 10% on Tuesday afternoon. It comes after the company signed an agreement with walmart (NYSE:WMT). This will allow it to supply the retailer with 20 tonnes per day of liquid green hydrogen. This will power the chain’s electric material handling forklifts at its distribution and fulfillment centers in the United States.

Hydrogen Stock News: FuelCell Energy (FCEL)

fuel cell energy (NASDAQ:FCEL) the stock is on the rise, with the company’s stock rising more than 5% at the time of writing. There is no specific news behind today’s increase. Instead, it looks like FCEL stock is growing in sympathy with PLUG. It’s also worth mentioning that the stock is recovering from a decline during yesterday’s trading hours.

Hydrogen Stocks News: Bloom Energy (BE)

Bloom energy (NYSE:BE) closes today with shares of the company up more than 6% this afternoon. Just like with FCEL, there is no specific news behind BE stock’s jump today. This means that it is also likely to increase with PLUG actions. In addition, BE stock is also recovering from a decline on Monday.

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