Bloom Energy turns to BofA to help it grow its onsite fuel-cell business by offering leasing options, an arrangement that has sure worked well for solar.
Solid oxide fuel cells are now rolling off a highly subsidized production line in Delaware.
EBay says it will use 30 Bloom Energy fuel cells, putting out 6 megawatts of electricity, to power a new data center in Utah.
Apple says two large solar farms and biogas-powered fuel cells will keep its Maiden, N.C, data center humming.
With two big players in the stationary fuel cell market performing well, the industry is poised to gain new acceptance as an energy source, AOL Energy reports.
A Maryland professor urges scientists to overcome their fuel cell fixation for cars and focus on the promising and immediate technology of solid oxide cells.
NTT America has selected Bloom Energy Servers to power its newest data center. The servers will use biogas to power their fuel cell technology.
AT&T says it will install natural-gas burning Bloom Energy Servers at 11 of its sites in California, reducing CO2 emissions by 50 percent.
The tiny state of Delaware is playing a big cleantech card as it attempts to lure fuel cell energy player Bloom Energy with a sweet incentive package.
Bloom Energy is now pushing Bloom Electrons: a new power purchase plan, somewhat like solar, where the customer just pays for the power and not the power source.