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FuelCell Energy awarded $8m in funding to advance its SOFC technology

FuelCell Energy awarded $8m in funding to advance its SOFC technology

The US Department of Energy has awarded FuelCell Energy with $8m in funding on Tuesday (4th May) to advance its solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) for sub-megawatt, high efficiency power generation technology.

In addition to this, the funding will also help the company to progress the commercial deployment of its SOFC technology to support global net-zero emission initiatives.

FuelCell energy, a leader in fuel cell technology, revealed that due to its progress and differentiated platform, it has been awarded an additional $8m in phase two funding for the ARPA-E project.

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