100kW of Bloom Energy’s hydrogen solid-oxide fuel cells (SOFC) will begin generating zero-carbon electricity onsite to help power a SK Engineering and Construction (SK E&C) facility in Ulsan, South Korea.
The US-based energy distributor supplied the fuel cells to support the Korean-based company’s decarbonisation goals and has previously stated that it will build upon this first phase with a new 1MW hydrogen-powered energy server installation by 2022.
Upon completion of this project, the Bloom Energy’s hydrogen SOFCs will support South Korea’s Changwon RE100 initiative aiming to accelerate a transition towards zero carbon energy grids at scale.
To achieve this, Bloom Energy, will supply its solid-oxide electrolyser cells (SOEC) that are designed to produce green hydrogen through solar and battery to South Korea in 2022.
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