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FERC Proposes New Treatment of Fuel Cells Under PURPA

The National Law Review Summary Comments for FERC’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Fuel Cell Energy Output (“NOPR”) were due November 25, 2020. [1] In the NOPR, FERC proposes to modify its regulations for qualifying facility (“QF”) status under the Public Utility Regulatory...

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FERC Proposes Updating PURPA Regs for Fuel Cells

RTO Insider Summary FERC on Thursday proposed to include solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs), a technology commercialized in the last decade, as qualifying cogeneration facilities under the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978 ( RM21-2, RM20-20 ). The commission’s Notice of...

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New Fuel Cell Now Operating At College Of The Canyons

KHTS Summary A new fuel cell is now operating at College of the Canyons, officials said Thursday. On Tuesday, March 24, the college came one step closer to energy independence when its new Bloom Energy Corp. fuel cell went online for the first time, according to the college. “This is a...

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Connecticut Supercharges Plan for World's Largest Fuel Cell Microgrid at $1 Billion Data Center

Andrew Burger, Microgrid Knowledge Summary Connecticut has supercharged development of a 20-MW fuel cell microgrid — part of a $1 billion data center project in New Britain — with a 10-year, $55.2 million sales and use tax exemption. EIP Investments intends to build a microgrid spanning 45...

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FuelCell Energy Deploys Advanced Solid Oxide Fuel Cell

GlobeNewswire Summary DANBURY, Conn., April 09, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FuelCell Energy, Inc. (Nasdaq: FCEL), a global leader in delivering clean, innovative and affordable fuel cell solutions for the supply, recovery and storage of energy, today announced the commissioning of the...

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Energy centre goes live at The Event Complex Aberdeen

Scottish Construction Now Summary The development of The Event Complex Aberdeen (TECA) has reached another major milestone, as the energy centre that will provide the facility with clean, sustainable, and reliable energy goes live. The multi-million-pound venue, which is being...

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COC One Step Closer to Energy independence After $3M Award

College of the Canyons, Summary College of the Canyons has been awarded $3 million by the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) to upgrade its existing fuel cell technology system, bringing the college one step closer to energy independence. One of only three...

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FES FM to operate TECA energy centre

Scottish Construction Now Summary Scottish facilities management firm FES FM has been appointed to operate the energy centre for The Event Complex Aberdeen (TECA) and two on-site hotels, which will showcase renewable technologies contributing to the city’s position as the energy...

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Advanced Microgrid a Natural Fit for Wisconsin Project

Darrell Proctor, Power Magazine Immersed in technology.The Immersion Center at the Bubolz nature preserve was built from a shipping container. It houses the electrical control center, electrolyzer and other key components that run and contribute to the clean energy microgrid and it also...

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Siemens to design self-sufficient microgrid in Finland

Renewables Now Summary German engineering group Siemens AG has won a contract to design and engineer a self-sufficient smart medium-voltage microgrid in Finland for local district heating firm Lempäälän Energia Oy. The Lemene project calls for the installation of a grid in the Marjamäki...