Bloom Energy to deliver fuel cells to Equinix is landmark deal

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Equinix will be using fuel cells to power some of its data centers Bloom Energy, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel cells, has announced that it has secured one of the largest fuel cell deployment deals in its history. The company, along with its partner PowerSecure, have been working together to bring some 50 megawatts of fuel cell capacity to the market since last year. Now, the companies will be providing some of this capacity to Equinix, which will use the fuel cells to power some of its data centers.…

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Bloom Energy to install new hydrogen fuel cell system for Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley will receive a new fuel cell system for its New York headquarters Bloom Energy, a developer of hydrogen fuel cell systems, has agreed to install a new fuel cell system at the headquarters of Morgan Stanley in New York. The deal with the financial services corporation represents the first time Bloom Energy will have installed a fuel cell system in a high-rise office tower. This is not the first time Morgan Stanley has used hydrogen fuel cells, however, as the company also purchased a system from Bloom Energy…

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Bloom and Constellation team to deliver hydrogen fuel cells

Companies form an agreement to develop 40 MW of fuel cell projects Constellation, subsidiary of the Exelon Corporation, and Bloom Energy, a prominent developer of hydrogen fuel cells, have announced that they have reached an agreement to develop 40 megawatts worth of fuel cell projects for both the commercial and public sectors in California, Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York. The projects are meant to provide electrical power for various purposes in these states. Notably, the four states have become prominent supporters of hydrogen fuel cells, as they are looking…

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Bloom Energy makes upgrade to its popular fuel cells

Bloom Boxes have received an upgrade from Bloom Energy Bloom Energy, a developer of hydrogen fuel cells, has released new information concerning upgrades being made to its Bloom Box fuel cell systems. The Bloom Box series has become quite popular, especially among telecommunications companies and those operating large data servers. Apple is one of the large companies that use these fuel cells for electrical power, with the Bloom Box systems operating one of the company’s most important data centers in the U.S. Upgraded fuel cells will be more efficient and…

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Biogas fuel cells to be used by Equinix

The fuel cell project is expected to lower the CO2 emissions of an Equinix data center to almost zero. The global interconnection and data center, Equinix Inc., along with Bloom Energy, have announced a 1 megawatt (MW) biogas fuel cells project at Equinix’s Silicon Valley data center, which will support its SV5 facility, and is expected to not only decrease the data center’s carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions to nearly zero, but will also provide approximately 8.3 million kilowatt hours (kWh) of clean and reliable energy to power a portion of…

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Study predicts growth in global stationary fuel cell market

Global stationary fuel cell market is poised to see promising growth in the coming years Winter Green Research has released a new study concerning the global stationary fuel cell market. These fuel cells have become an important energy tool for many industries, largely due to their ability to produce high amounts of electrical power without also producing harmful emissions. Companies in the industrial sector like to use these energy systems, but they are also becoming more common in the residential sector, where they do not only produce electricity but also…

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Stationary fuel cells may soon achieve commercialization

New report details the impressive progress that large fuel cells have made recently Stationary fuel cells have been on the verge of seeing widespread commercialization for several years. A new report from WinterGreen Research suggests that commercialization may be achievable in the near future as the world begins to focus more heavily on fuel cells in general. Fuel cells have already won a dominant position in the auto industry and the capabilities of small-scale fuel cells have drawn attention to their larger counterparts. Large energy systems are winning more support…

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Bloom Energy hydrogen fuel cell installed in Japan

Company’s first Japanese fuel cell is now active Bloom Energy, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel cells, has announced the completion of its first international installation of one of its fuel cells. The fuel cell was installed at SoftBank’s M-Tower in Fukouka, Japan. SoftBank is one of Japan’s largest telecommunications organizations and Internet providers and has been showing a strong interest in fuel cells for some time. These energy systems have garnered a great deal of attention from telecommunications companies around the world because of their ability to reliably provide…

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JP Morgan Chase shows favor for hydrogen fuel cells

Hydrogen fuel cells continue to attract commercial attention Bloom Energy, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel cells, has announced that JP Morgan Chase has become its latest customer. The company has been seeing significant commercial progress in recent years as large firms begin showing more interest in hydrogen fuel cells and renewable energy in general. Many of these firms have turned to Bloom Energy in order to become more accommodating of renewable energy. Apple is another company that has turned to Bloom Energy and now uses the company’s fuel cells…

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CenturyLink data center to be powered by hydrogen fuel

CenturyLink seeks to tap into the power of hydrogen fuel cells CenturyLink, a leading communications company based in the U.S., has announced that it will be installing hydrogen fuel cells at one of its data centers located in California. The fuel cells come from Bloom Energy, a leading developer of hydrogen-based energy systems. Fuel cells have been growing in popularity within the communications and technology sectors for their potential uses in data centers. Some companies have put fuel cells to use as a form of back-up power, hoping to keep…

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Hydrogen fuel gains momentum in Japan

Hydrogen fuel cells remain in the limelight after Fukushima disaster Since the Fukushima disaster of 2011, Japan has been working to move away from nuclear energy and fossil-fuels in general. While the impact of the disaster is still being felt to this day, Japan has made major strides in embracing new forms of energy, such as solar power and hydrogen fuel. Bloom Energy, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel cells, believes that Japan is becoming an ideal market for fuel cell technology. The company’s Japanese division is quickly positioning itself…

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Hydrogen fuel cells to become more available thanks to Bloom Energy

Bloom Energy launches leasing program to promote adoption of hydrogen fuel cells Bloom Energy, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel cells, has unveiled a new leasing program that could make fuel cells more available to businesses. The company has partnered with Bank of America Merrill Lynch in order for the sake of this program. Through the program, businesses will have unprecedented access to Bloom Energy Servers, powerful fuel cells that have garnered acclaim for their ability to produce large amount of electrical power without producing any emissions. Leasing program backed…

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Bloom Energy to form hydrogen fuel joint venture in Japan

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Asian market proves attractive to hydrogen fuel cell developers Bloom Energy, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel cells, has been working to expand the adoption of its line of solid oxide fuel cells. These types of fuel cells are typically used for industrial purposes, but have grown more popular as residential energy systems. Over the past few years, Bloom Energy has been able to supply these fuel cells to prominent consumers throughout the U.S. Now, the company is preparing itself to enter into foreign markets, hoping to find success outside…

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E.ON makes a strong investment in hydrogen fuel cells

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E.ON shows more financial support for hydrogen fuel E.ON, one of the largest energy companies in Europe, has announced its support for Bloom Energy, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel cells. Bloom Energy, which is based in the U.S., has been attracting a great deal of attention in recent months through its various strategic partnerships and its efforts to expand into new markets. Like other companies of its kind, Bloom Energy has been able to find a great deal of success by taking advantage of the growing popularity of hydrogen…

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Verizon moves to embrace hydrogen fuel cells

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Telecommunications industry continues to grow more accepting of hydrogen fuel The telecommunications industry has been growing more interested in renewable energy in recent years. As mobile devices become more important to consumers, the need to expand wireless telecommunications networks is becoming more serious. Companies are beginning to expand these networks aggressively, but are finding that traditional forms of energy are simply not well suited for such expansion. As such, many telecommunications companies have begun to focus more heavily of hydrogen fuel cells. Verizon aims to use hydrogen fuel cells to…

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Hydrogen fuel could be replaced by natural gas in the Bloom Box

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Bloom Energy shows off its new hydrogen fuel cell The relationship between hydrogen fuel cells and natural gas has been heating up for some time. Fuel cells need hydrogen to operate, but just because hydrogen is the most abundant chemical in the universe does not mean that it is easily found on earth. Most of the world’s hydrogen is tied to other chemicals, such as oxygen. As such, hydrogen must be extracted from the substances that it helps create, such as water. To do this, energy is needed and natural…

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