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March 26, 2015: ABB and Doosan Extend Agreement to Produce Fuel Cells

ABB Is Supplying Specialized Electrical Modules for the Doosan Fuel Cell Power Plants

ABB and Doosan Fuel Cell, a Connecticut-based provider of fuel cell power systems, announced that the two companies have extended their partnership agreement through 2016. Switzerland-based ABB is supplying specialized electrical modules that serve as the control system for the Doosan fuel cell power plants.

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March 10, 2015: FCO Develops Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Stack for Residential Systems

The Stack Under Development for Residential 700W Systems Is Only 3 Centimeters Thick

FCO Power Inc. has announced the further development of its solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) stack for residential fuel cell systems in existing apartments. According to the company, use of the thin, low-cost stack makes it realistic to install fuel cells in existing apartments, which account for approximately 40 percent of housing in Japan.

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Jan. 29, 2015: Fuel Cells to Reach Nearly $57.8 Billion in Annual Revenue by 2023

Shift Toward Distributed Generation Is Driving Increased Interest in Stationary Fuel Cells

Growth in the fuel cell market continues to accelerate, after 2013 and 2014 saw rising demand, especially in stationary applications, says Navigant Research. Stationary fuel cell applications, which vary widely by country and region, include utility-scale, commercial and industrial building, and residential. 

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April 24, 2014: DOE Awards $3 Million for Fuel Cell Development

Project Has the Potential to Improve Fuel Cell Output and Double Service Life

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded more than $3 million to Connecticut-based FuelCell Energy for a development project to enhance the performance, increase the lifespan, and decrease the cost of stationary fuel cells being used for distributed generation and combined heat and power (CHP) applications.

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April 2, 2014: Stationary Fuel Cells to Reach $40 Billion in Annual Revenue by 2022

Need for Grid Resiliency, Increasing Financing Options Helping to Drive the Market

Stationary fuel cells continue to be at the forefront of the global fuel cell industry, notes Navigant Research. As the focus on grid stability increases and the costs associated with natural disasters rise, the use of fuel cells as small distributed power plants for grid stabilization and backup power is moving forward rapidly.

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Jan. 17, 2014: More Businesses Using Fuel Cells for Reliable Power

More Than 88 MW of Stationary Fuel Cells Have Been Installed or Ordered by U.S. Firms

Corporate customers are increasingly turning to fuel cells to provide seamless, reliable power to high-volume data centers and other critical facilities, according to The Business Case for Fuel Cells: Reliability, Resiliency & Savings, a new report from Fuel Cells 2000. 

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