Hydrogen to take the lead in Ferrari’s race to carbon neutrality

In the race to carbon neutrality, the Italian automotive superpower, Ferrari has teamed up with Bloom Energy to decarbonise its manufacturing facility in Maranello, Italy, with fuel cells that can run on hydrogen.

Announced today (June 23), the Prancing Horse has set the pace for its drive to carbon neutrality in its manufacturing by 2030, thanks to the planned 1MW installation of Bloom Energy’s solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC).

The Bloom platform converts fuels including hydrogen, biogas, or natural gas into clean electricity without combustion, and hopes to reduce Ferrari’s fuel consumption and carbon emissions.

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