Hydrogen Fuel Cells for a Decarbonized Future
Bloom Energy’s solid oxide fuel cell technology plays a critical role in advancing the hydrogen economy for a greener future
The Role of Hydrogen Fuel Cells in Reaching Decarbonization Goals
Dozens of countries have committed to net-zero emissions goals in the coming decades. Hydrogen energy is required to reach these deep decarbonization goals. It is estimated that 30% of energy-related CO2 emissions are hard-to-abate with electricity alone, providing a massive opportunity for hydrogen.
The hydrogen economy is advancing across numerous sectors including power generation, transportation, industrial energy, building heat and power and feedstock. Bloom Energy’s solid oxide hydrogen fuel cell technology is uniquely positioned to accelerate both the production and the usage of hydrogen.
Hydrogen Fuel Cells
Hydrogen-Powered Bloom Energy Server With Solid-Oxide Fuel Cell Technology
Bloom Energy’s Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC) have been deployed in 100s of applications across healthcare, data centers, critical manufacturing, retailers and more. The same proven hydrogen fuel cell technology that has powered our natural gas fleet is being used to generate combustion-free, emissions-free and carbon-free electricity from hydrogen. The technology enables highly efficient, distributed power generation with the same focus on reliability that Bloom has demonstrated over the last 15 years.