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Plug Power Provides Outdoor Hydrogen Fueling

Linda Hardesty

Plug Power completed installation of its first GenFuel hydrogen infrastructure for the ground support equipment at the Memphis Airport. This GenFuel infrastructure deployment includes a standard hydrogen storage tank, compression system, fuel pipelines, and Plug Power’s first outdoor GenFuel hydrogen dispensers that will be used for a 15-truck fleet of airport tuggers powered by Plug   …Continue Reading

Morgan Stanley Adds Fuel Cell System to Headquarters

Linda Hardesty

Morgan Stanley installed a new fuel cell system at its 750,000-sq-foot headquarters in Purchase, NY. The system from Bloom Energy is now operational and supplying energy to the building. The Bloom Energy fuel cell system will supply about 250 kW of constant base load power to the facility as well as grid-independent electricity to power   …Continue Reading

Plug Power Creates Stationary Power Division

Linda Hardesty

Plug Power has created the ReliOn division from its acquisition of ReliOn in April 2014. ReliOn, a Spokane, Wash., company, added employees, fuel cell stack technology and a stationary power fuel cell product offering to Plug Power. With this realignment, the ReliOn name will represent the product brand of Plug Power’s stationary power product line. The   …Continue Reading

Newark Warehouse Orders 110 Fuel Cell Lift Trucks

Linda Hardesty

Newark Farmers Market in Newark, NJ, will integrate Plug Power’s full GenKey system to support material handling operations for a new food distribution building under construction. Newark Farmers Market has been using Plug Power fuel cell units to run its lift truck fleet since 2011. Its original GenDrive fleet, consisting of over 100 units, to-date   …Continue Reading

Microsoft Opens ‘Off-Grid’ Data Center

Linda Hardesty

Microsoft dedicated its new zero-carbon, waste-to-energy-powered data center in Cheyenne, Wyo. Microsoft worked with Siemens Energy Management and FuelCell Energy on the data center that will operate completely off the grid. The data center uses biogas methane produced by common waste byproducts at the nearby Dry Creek wastewater facility. Anaerobic bacteria produce the biogas, which   …Continue Reading

Plug Power Gets Hydrogen from Praxair

Linda Hardesty

Plug Power signed a long-term hydrogen distribution agreement with Praxair. The agreement pairs Plug Power’s GenFuel hydrogen fueling infrastructure with Praxair’s liquid hydrogen supply. Plug Power will offer Praxair hydrogen to its customers throughout the United States who are using its GenKey solution, consisting of three separate elements: GenDrive fuel cell units, GenFuel hydrogen fuel   …Continue Reading

Food Distributor Deploys 39 Fuel Cell Material Handling Trucks

Linda Hardesty

Golden State Foods has deployed 39 GenDrive hydrogen fuel cells from Plug Power in the material handling fleet at its new food distribution center in Illinois. The material handling vehicles include 11 class-2 stand-up reach lift trucks and 28 class-3 rider pallet trucks. Plug Power will also provide Golden State Foods with GenCare onsite maintenance and   …Continue Reading

WATT Fuel Cell Opens Factory

Linda Hardesty

WATT Fuel Cell opened a new manufacturing facility in Mt. Pleasant, Penn., following its acquisition in April of Mt. Pleasant-based tubular solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) developer Pittsburgh Electric Engines. The new facility will combine both companies’ fuel cell technologies and personnel. Western Pennsylvania has seen a marked increase in the availability of natural gas,   …Continue Reading

Fuel Cells Power Shopping Mall

Linda Hardesty

Bloom Energy will power the 1.3 million-sq-foot Danbury Fair Mall in Connecticut with a 750 kW Bloom Energy fuel cell system. Bloom is working with Macerich real estate investment trust, which owns the shopping center. The project was financed in partnership with Washington Gas Energy Systems and the Connecticut Low-emission Renewable Energy Certificate Program. The Danbury   …Continue Reading

School of Mines Unveils First-Ever Geothermic Fuel Cell

Karen Henry

The Colorado School of Mines Colorado Fuel Cell Center has unveiled IEP Technology’s Geothermic Fuel Cell (GFC). This first-ever GFC will enable production of unconventional hydrocarbons, such as oil shale, in an economic and environmentally sustainable way, while producing clean, baseload electricity. The technology was developed in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE)   …Continue Reading

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