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Fuelcell Energy Inc FCEL

FuelCell Energy, Inc. is a clean technology manufacturer of fuel cell energy platforms that decarbonize power and produce hydrogen. Its commercial technology produces electricity, heat, hydrogen, and water while separating carbon for utilization and/or sequestration. Its product portfolio is based on two electrochemical platforms, carbonate, and solid oxide. Both platforms can support power generation and combined heat and power applications using a variety of fuels, including natural gas, renewable biogas, and hydrogen. Its Carbonate platforms use a mixture of reforming and electrolysis, while solid oxide platforms can be used for pure hydrogen electrolysis. Its solid oxide platform operates on pure hydrogen fuel. Its commercial platforms include SureSource 1500, SureSource 3000, SureSource 4000, SureSource 250, and SureSource Hydrogen. Its applications include combined heat and power, microgrid, distributed hydrogen, electricity, and water, and multi-fuel power generation.

NDAQ:FCEL - Post by User

Post by 3.1417on Aug 28, 2023 8:54am
Post# 35607809

Thank you University of Sheffield U.K.

Thank you University of Sheffield U.K. Contract modified due to additional needs. 29 Mar 2023 to 31 Aug 2023

With co-funding from the European Regional Development Fund, the University of Sheffield is establishing a flagship national Translational Energy Research Centre (TERC) and is looking to procure and integrate into a mini-grid system a range of bioenergy and renewable energy generating equipment, Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS), fuel cells and electrolysers. Carbon capture is a fundamental element in the transition to low carbon economy. Molten carbonate fuel cell (MCFC) technology is highly appealing: it does not only capture CO2 but also produces electrical energy at the same time.

Furthermore, the high operating temperature (~600 ºC) enables MCFC to internally process a wide spectrum of fuel and flue gases. As part of the equipment portfolio, we are looking to procure an MCFC system capable of generating ≥ 30 kW. The MCFC system will support our extensive current and future research activities in low carbon energy generation, integrated energy systems and hydrogen economy.

Legal Justification

At the time of contracting with the supplying company they believed it would be better for the University to procure services locally to allow for connection and full installation of the equipment. However, during the process of design of the system it became more and more apparent from both a technical and financial perspective, that the supplier is the only plausible contractor able to undertake this work. The original tender did include requirements for a turnkey solution.

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