FuelCell Energy Celebrates Earth Day; Announces Significant 12 Million MWH Generated Milestone
Delivered 12 Million MWH of environmentally responsible power
- Delivered power avoided over one and a half million tons of CO2 emissions, equivalent to taking 320,000 cars off the road
- Significant milestone in FuelCell Energy’s contribution to decarbonization and reducing the impact of power generation on our global climate
- Developing the most complete line of fuel cell based sustainable solutions
DANBURY, Conn., April 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FuelCell Energy, Inc. (Nasdaq: FCEL) -- a global leader in fuel cell technology with a purpose of utilizing its proprietary, state-of-the-art fuel cell platforms to enable a world empowered by clean energy— in celebration of Earth Day, today announced achievement of a significant clean power milestone by delivering more than 12 million megawatt hours from its SureSource fuel cell power platforms globally since its first commercial installation. SureSource plants are currently installed and operating on three continents, with many owned by leading utility companies and educational, pharmaceutical, medical, commercial, and industrial enterprises from around the world that recognize the benefit of clean, resilient, continuous power. As an example, FuelCell Energy provides value beyond power to Pfizer Inc., delivering on-site power reliability and steam for its Connecticut research and development campus. We are proud to serve Pfizer Inc. and appreciate its effort in leading the Covid-19 vaccine development. In addition, FuelCell Energy serves global utilities who are committed to decarbonizing the electricity grid. Our fuel cells are one of the most essential technologies needed to drive today’s global energy transition.
“Twelve million megawatt hours is another major milestone along FuelCell Energy’s journey to deliver its customers clean, baseload power and energy savings, improve our global atmosphere, and provide other value from our platforms such as hydrogen, water, and carbon separation,” said Jason Few, President and CEO of FuelCell Energy. “Our fuel cell platform provides differentiated clean energy solutions to meet customer’s energy needs, cost savings goals, and reduction of Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions. Our platforms are multi-fuel capable and are designed to leverage zero-carbon solutions through the use of onsite biofuels or our carbon separation technology. FuelCell Energy’s platforms produce virtually no pollutants, with only negligible NOx, SOx and particulates that lead to dangerous air quality and public health issues.”