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Use of Stationary Fuel Cells as the Backbone of the Modern Microgrid 

11-08-2017 11:45

Summary

Modern microgrids have evolved from disconnected, isolated components into sophisticated interconnected networks supporting reliability, resiliency and energy independence goals. Fuel cells provide a quiet, clean, reliable energy solution to support and exceed the goals of a modern microgrid.

We will discuss three real world case studies of how a fuel cell based microgrid offers resiliency, operational savings and sustainability.  These examples are based in three distinctly different market areas: education (University of Bridgeport), municipal/utility (Town of Woodbridge, CT) and industrial (Pfizer).

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Michael Palmer, FuelCell Energy, Inc.


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