Bloom Energy Installs Fuel Cells in Japanese Skyscraper
Bloom Energy completed the company’s first international project at SoftBank’s M-Tower in Fukuoka, Japan. In July 2013, SoftBank and Bloom Energy announced the formation of a joint venture, Bloom Energy Japan, and this is the first project to come out of the new partnership.
Bloom Energy’s fuel cell technology addresses Japan’s need for electricity as the country continues to transition away from nuclear power.
Bloom Energy has more than 100 MW of Bloom Energy Servers installed in the United States. Earlier this year, the company opened a large manufacturing center in Newark, Delaware and completed a number of mission critical projects, including a 6 MW deployment at an eBay data center in Utah.
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