1. Articles in category: Fuel Cell

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    1. Bloom Energy Completes Fuel Cell Project

      Bloom Energy Completes Fuel Cell Project

      14:00 PM EST Bloom Energy Completes Fuel Cell Project at Morgan Stanley Global Headquarters in New York City NEW YORK , Dec. 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Morgan Stanley and Bloom Energy today announced the completion of a fuel cell project at Morgan Stanley's global headquarters in New York City's Times Square neighborhood. The 750 kW fuel cell project at 1585 Broadway is fully operational and will provide approximately 6 million kWh of clean electricity each year.

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    2. IKEA to Grow Renewable Portfolio with Fuel Cell System for Generating More Onsite Power at Store in New Haven, CT

      IKEA to Grow Renewable Portfolio with Fuel Cell System for Generating More Onsite Power at Store in New Haven, CT

      IKEA, the world’s leading home furnishings retailer, today announced plans to further the Swedish retailer’s renewable commitment with plans for its first biogas-powered fuel cell system on the east coast, at its store in New Haven, CT. More than a year ago, IKEA completed installation of such a project at IKEA Emeryville, one of the Swedish company’s two San Francisco-area stores.

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    3. Microsoft Invests in Flow Battery Research for Data Centers

      Microsoft Invests in Flow Battery Research for Data Centers

      Finding an effective way to store vast amounts of energy is one of the most important and toughest pieces of the renewable-energy puzzle. Until it’s solved, users that need power around the clock will have to rely on regular grid power to pick up the slack when sun isn’t shining or wind isn’t blowing.

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    4. This is what Microsoft's president said should be a priority for the cloud business

      This is what Microsoft's president said should be a priority for the cloud business

      In advance of the 2016 Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance Summit – which Microsoft is hosting this week in Redmond – the company pledged to increase the amount of renewable energy it uses to power datacenters from 44 percent today to 50 percent by 2020, and 60 percent in the next decade. Microsoft also pledged to invest in research.

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    5. Dean Nelson Enlisting “Infrastructure Masons” to Advance Data Center Industry

      Dean Nelson Enlisting “Infrastructure Masons” to Advance Data Center Industry

      Dean Nelson is on a mission. The majority of internet users expect instant connectivity to their online services without much awareness of the complexity and scale of the physical infrastructure that makes those services possible. Like water, electricity, or transportation, people take connectivity for granted, and eBay’s former data center chief wants people that enable connectivity to get more recognition. Earlier this month, he launched Infrastructure Masons, a data center industry group he hopes will help him advance this mission.

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    6. Starbucks Sustainability Czar to Lead Microsoft’s Green Data Center Strategy

      Starbucks Sustainability Czar to Lead Microsoft’s Green Data Center Strategy

      It’s no secret that Microsoft already has a lot of cloud data centers around the world. And the company is planning to build a whole lot more as it attempts to bite further into Amazon’s stranglehold on the cloud services market.

      As it continues to build out its global cloud data center empire, Microsoft has to make sure it’s doing it in the most environmentally responsible way it can.

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