November 4, 2013

Electricity for 8.5c/kwh

Macy’s of New York is the latest company to install a Bloom Energy fuel cell – which the energy company calls a “server” as it sounds fancier.

Bloom Energy is behind a rush towards microgrids from major corporates.

It has launched a new energy server with patented solid-oxide fuel-cell technology that can generate 100 kW, enough to power one small office building or 100 average U.S. homes. The Bloom Energy Server makes it possible to generate electricity locally, rather than purchasing it from a utility company.
The company says a server costs from $700,000 to $800,000,

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