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Energy Executive Moves: Cox Enterprises, Bloom Energy, Plug Power, PowerSecure, AutoGrid Systems, Lighting Science

Linda Hardesty

Cox Enterprises promoted Steve Bradley (pictured) and Robert Fairey to senior directors. Bradley helps manage the long-term strategy for the Cox Conserves program. He oversees Cox’s alternative energy and water conservation projects. Fairey develops and implements strategies to manage Cox’s overall energy portfolio. Steve Case, co-founder of AOL and chairman and CEO of investment firm   …Continue Reading


Bloom Energy Partners with Exelon

Karen Henry

There currently aren’t any profitable fuel cell companies, but recent moves by Bloom Energy indicate that fuel cells are becoming an important part of the distributed energy equation, according to an article on the Utility Dive website. Exelon recently partnered with the fuel cell manufacturer, announcing that it would provide equity financing for 21 MW of Bloom   …Continue Reading


Bloom Energy Snags Deal with Exelon to Provide Fuel Cells for Commercial Customers

Linda Hardesty

Energy retailer Exelon will provide equity financing for 21 MW of Bloom Energy fuel cell projects at 75 commercial facilities in California, Connecticut, New Jersey and New York. The power buyers include new and repeat customers, such as AT&T, which will use the fuel cells to power operations at nine sites. As the first step   …Continue Reading


Tokyo Shiodome Building Installs Fuel Cells

Linda Hardesty

The SoftBank Group installed the Bloom Energy Server fuel cell system at Tokyo’s Shiodome Building in Japan. The system can produce 200 kW and provides 14 percent of the building’s electricity needs. To contribute to disaster preparedness in Tokyo, Bloom Energy Japan can supply electricity generated by the fuel cells to streetlights and free power   …Continue Reading


Defense Department Deploys Fuel Cells

Linda Hardesty

The Department of Defense (DOD) deployed a 1.6 MW Bloom Energy installation at the NSA Campus, located on Fort Meade, Md. The fuel cells generate power on-site, eliminating the need for electrical transmission from the grid and also eliminating the need for backup power. The prime contractor on the project is ARGO Systems headquartered in   …Continue Reading


Santa Clara County Installs Bloom Fuel Cells

Linda Hardesty

Washington Gas Energy Systems (WGESystems) announced a 2.6 MW Bloom Energy project in Santa Clara County, Calif. WGESystems will finance, build, own and operate the project and sell all energy generated to the county under a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA). The Bloom Energy fuel cells will generate power using natural gas and biogas. The County   …Continue Reading


LPL Financial Opens Net-Zero Office Tower

Linda Hardesty

LPL Financial, an independent broker-dealer, opened its new San Diego headquarters, Tower II at La Jolla Commons, which it believes to be the largest net-zero energy commercial office building in the United States. The 13-story, 415,000-sq-foot office tower utilizes three fuel cells to convert biogas into carbon-neutral electricity that will allow the building to achieve   …Continue Reading


2.6 MW Fuel Cells Power Santa Clara County

Linda Hardesty

Washington Gas Energy Systems announced a 2.6 MW Bloom Energy project in Santa Clara County, Calif. Washington Gas will finance, build, own and operate the project and sell all energy generated to Santa Clara County under a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA). The Bloom Energy Servers will generate power using natural gas and biogas. Bloom   …Continue Reading


Stationary Fuel Cell Market to Top $2bn this Year

William Opalka

Annual revenue in the stationary fuel cell market will double to $2 billion this year form 2012’s $1 billion, according to a new report from Navigant Research, Stationary Fuel Cells.. Navigant also forecasts that even under conservative growth estimates, the industry will be shipping 6.9 GW per annum of stationary fuel cells by 2022. Even   …Continue Reading


Bloom Wants In On Massachusetts Incentives

William Opalka

Bloom Energy Corp. wants to make fuel cell technology eligible under a Massachusetts program approved in 2010 that calls on utilities to enter into long-term contracts with utilities. Natural gas, which powers Bloom’s fuel cells, is not an eligible fuel under existing state programs that seek diverse and renewable fuels. Bloom appealed to Massachusetts lawmakers for   …Continue Reading


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