Coronavirus: Bloom Energy refurbishes ventilators to support the healthcare system

Californian clean energy company Bloom Energy has joined forces with Almo Corporation to refurbish ventilators in order to support the US healthcare system during the spread of coronavirus.

In the past Bloom Energy has worked on numerous hydrogen-related projects, such as hydrogen-powered energy servers, but has now adapted its services in response to the new pandemic.

Through the partnership Bloom Energy will refurbish the ventilators and Almo will ship the ventilators to and from Bloom’s manufacturing facilities in California and Delaware for refurbishment before shipment to the state agencies and hospitals.

“This is our call to action,” said KR Sridhar, Bloom Energy’s Founder, Chairman and CEO.

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