VIDEO: Waste Derived Biogas to Power Fuel Cells on Dairy Farm as DOE Backs Manufacturer

Oct 11th, 2013 | By | Category: Business

Danbury, Connecticut based, FuelCell Energy  – which has developed a solid oxide fuel cell technology capable of running on waste derived biogas – is to enter into a $6.4 million cost shared cooperative agreement with the U.S. Department of Energy to continue research and development on a demonstration sub-megawatt SOFC power plant.

In addition to this latest agreement with the DOE, a separate DOE supported project that the company has been working on is preparing to use a fuel cell to convert agricultural waste into renewable energy at a dairy farm in California in conjunction with the project partner TDA Research.

For more on this story, visit: VIDEO: Waste Derived Biogas to Power Fuel Cells on Dairy Farm as DOE Backs Manufacturer – Waste Management World.

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