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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Bloom Energy to form hydrogen fuel joint venture in Japan

Hydrogen fuel partnership

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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Companies team to develop largest solar energy system in Japan

Solar energy system being developed through new partnership Japan’s Softbank and Mitsui and Co. have teamed to begin developing the largest solar energy system the country has ever seen. Softbank is the nation’s third largest mobile phone company and believes that solar energy could bring significant benefits to the country’s environment and economy. The solar energy system will be a massive undertaking, as it is planned to have a capacity of 39.5 megawatts. The partnership shows the increasing interest companies are showing in solar energy. Solar energy system to begin…

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