Bloom Energy to supply utility-scale SOFC for combined heat and power project in South Korea

Bloom Energy will conduct its first combined heat and power (CHP) project in collaboration with SK ecoplant with the new 4.2MW installation marking South Korea’s first utility-scale hydrogen solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) CHP initiative, Bloom said.

Bloom Energy’s highly efficient hydrogen SOFC technology uses a non-combustion, electrochemical process to produce electricity with reduced carbon emissions compared to the grid alternative.

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