FuelCell Energy supports Californian bio-generation project


Renewable energy company Ameresco will utilise FuelCell Energy’s carbonate fuel cell technology in its California-based bio-generation project, which will convert on-site biofuel into clean electricity.

Designed for the Sacramento Area Sewer District (Sacramento Sewer), the site will deploy a 2.8MW carbonate fuel cell platform. The platform produces power and uses fuel heat from biogas and has the potential to also produce green hydrogen.

Jason Few, President and CEO of FuelCell Energy, described the company’s patented power platforms as unique in their ability to run on on-site biogas without combustion.

He continued, “FuelCell Energy’s technology is also helping local governments meet their sustainability goals by minimising or avoiding the use of combustion-based boilers for heat, while boosting their resiliency and limiting their dependence on the local grid.”

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