Air Products has announced that it has awarded a subcontract to FuelCell Energy, Inc. under a United States Department of Energy (DOE) Cooperative Agreement.
FuelCell Energy will evaluate, design and demonstrate a next-generation Hydrogen Energy Station (HES). The HES will build upon FuelCell Energy’s ultra-clean Direct FuelCell (DFC) power plants and Air Products’ advanced gas separation technologies.
Greg Keenan, business development manager for Future Energy Solutions at Air Products, said: “This Hydrogen Energy Station could establish a bridge for continued hydrogen infrastructure development. The HES will integrate aspects of FuelCell Energy’s DFC technology and Air Products’ process and separation technology to provide a unique and highly efficient offering.
Air Products believes that the HES can potentially be competitive with other distributed hydrogen generation technologies.
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