Elcogen fuel cell technology to power clean energy hub

TALLINN – European fuel cell manufacturer Elcogen will supply its technology for a groundbreaking new project demonstrating how reversible solid oxide cells can be used in innovative clean energy storage systems. Elcogen’s market-leading solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) technology will be used in the upcoming REFLEX project, which will operate an energy hub coupled to solar and mini-hydro renewable sources to provide both electricity and heat to the nearby technology park. At the heart of this energy hub, Elcogen SOFCs will be operating either in electrolysis mode (SOEC) – to store excess electricity to produce hydrogen – or in fuel cell mode (SOFC) when energy…

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Waste to energy operation at California brewery receives “green” award

Brewery waste is converted into energy in the Golden State. Devil’s Canyon Brewery, a brewery located in San Carlos, California that runs a waste to energy operation, received the “Business of the Year” award, last month, for its sustainable business practices, from the San Carlos Chamber of Commerce and the City of San Carlos. The company converts brewery waste and other waste to power its operations. The Devil’s Canyon Brewery, which is linked to an anaerobic digestion system, was designed and built by Pure Energy Group (PEG), a renewable energy…

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