Four best electrical gear to buy now in September

The electrical appliance and equipment market is fragmented and each segment is a nice niche. It is therefore difficult to find the right supplier, especially if you are new to this market. But that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. Many vendors in this space can help you find exactly what you need with minimal hassle. The trick is knowing where to look and which products are most likely to succeed in that particular market at that particular time. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the best electrical equipment to buy now in September as an investment for the future of your business.

Bloom Energy (BE)

To our knowledge, BE is the only vendor to have successfully built a commercially viable fuel cell. If that doesn’t sound impressive, you can consider BE one of the only companies to make a sustainable, scalable fuel cell that doesn’t use fossil fuels to power itself. Instead, BE fuel cells run on biogas, which can be generated from agricultural waste, municipal solid waste, landfill gas and animal manure. In other words, they create no pollution. One of the reasons BE has remained under the radar for so long is that it has focused on the military and commercial aviation markets. Another reason is that it only recently sold its fuel cells to the public. So far, BE has focused on finding new ways to make its product cheaper and more effective. The public can purchase BE’s Gen 3 fuel cells for $700 per kilowatt. Gen 4 fuel cells will be available in 2019.

Hubbell (HUBB)

Hubbell is one of the biggest names in electrical equipment. Most people know them for their switches and circuit breakers, but they also come in a variety of forms. Hubbell also manufactures power connectors, surge protectors and solar panel connectors. The company has been around since 1889 and is owned by a private equity firm called American Securities. Hubbell stock has been trending lower since April, but has started to rise again more recently. The company’s earnings are expected to grow 3% this year and another 3% in 2020. Hubbell’s products are used in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, healthcare, education and research. The company’s biggest customers are General Electric, Siemens and ABB. Hubbell has several strategic partnerships with other companies, including Siemens and Honeywell. Hubbell forecasts another year of steady growth in profit margins.

Rockwell Automation (ROK)

Like Hubbell, Rockwell Automation is a major player in the electrical equipment industry. The company designs and manufactures industrial automation products for various commercial and industrial applications. This includes everything from factory equipment to robots to HVAC systems. The company also has a division dedicated to industrial automation software. This division is responsible for Rockwell’s Predix operating system, designed to make industrial automation easier, cheaper and safer. Rockwell has had a rough year lately, but it still looks like a good investment. The company has struggled with the economic downturn, slowing growth in China and the ongoing trade war with the United States. Rockwell’s revenue fell 5% in the second quarter of this year compared to last year. Gross margin fell by almost 4% and the company’s net profits fell by almost a third. Rockwell shares have lost almost 30% since the start of the year.

SunRun (RUN)

SunRun is an energy service provider (ESP) specializing in solar financing. The company offers a variety of solar power plans, including traditional leases and power purchase agreements (PPAs). SunRun uses the money from these agreements to finance new solar farms. The company also offers energy optimization services to help its customers reduce their energy consumption without having to install solar panels. SunRun has had a successful year so far. The company’s revenue has increased by almost 25% since last year and its profits have increased by more than 40%. As a result, SunRun stock has risen nearly 50% since the start of the year. SunRun is forecasting another strong year, with revenue expected to increase by approximately 25%.

Conclusion

Overall, we think the best electrical gear to buy now in September is BE’s Gen 3 fuel cell. These fuel cells are expected to save significant electricity bills and make powering your company’s electrical equipment more sustainable and environmentally friendly. Additionally, fuel cells are generally becoming a more mainstream part of the electrical equipment market and are expected to witness significant growth in the coming years. This makes BE fuel cells a good investment for long-term growth.