Chip Bottone, President and Chief Executive Officer FuelCell Energy, Inc. and Managing Director, FuelCell Energy Solutions GmbH will speak at the “Megawatt-Class Fuel Cells in Industry: Why Powering Your Business With FuelCell Energy Solutions” public forum on Tuesday, April 8th. Additional speakers on this topic include Klaus Wolf, CEO of Friatec AG; Michael Schäfer, Head of Production Engineering at Friatec AG; and Christoph Hiesgen, Senior Origination Manager at E.ON Connecting Energies GmbH.
At the technical forum presentation on Wednesday, April 9th, Torsten Hohe, Director of Business Development for FuelCell Energy Solutions will address “Stationary MW-Class Fuel Cells: Examples of Economic, Efficient and Low-maintenance Industrial CHCP,” focusing on the combined heat and power capabilities of the FCES fuel cell power plants.
FCES offers both a 1.4 megawatt and 2.8 megawatt on-site power generation solution that is scalable for multi-megawatt fuel cell parks. One megawatt of power is adequate for approximately 1,900 homes. Stationary fuel cell power plants provide continuous on-site power and electric grid support in a highly efficient electrochemical process that is virtually absent of pollutants. Ultra-clean, quiet, and requiring only modest space, fuel cell power plants are easy to site in populated areas.
FCES, with its German manufacturing base, is the sales, manufacturing and service business for the European Served Area for FuelCell Energy, Inc. FCES is a joint venture between Fraunhofer IKTS and FuelCell Energy, Inc. (Nasdaq:FCEL).
About FuelCell Energy Solutions, GmbH
FuelCell Energy Solutions manufactures, sells, installs, and services stationary fuel cell power plants that efficiently and economically generate electricity and usable high quality heat suitable for making steam. Administrative offices are located in Dresden, Germany and manufacturing operations are located in Ottobrun, Germany. Continuous power generated at the point of use with the virtual absence of pollutants supports energy security and power reliability as well as sustainability initiatives. Ultra-Clean baseload distributed generation is attractive to electric utilities, universities, hospitals, government facilities, industrial operations and other locations with significant power needs. For more information please visit our website at www.fces.de
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