Pilot plant testing FuelCell’s carbonate fuel cell technology.
Solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) technology for near-zero CO2 emissions
Solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) technology for near-zero CO2 emissions; Conceptual design of a MWe-class SOFC power system and to complete a techno-economic analysis to demonstrate that the system can meet a cost target of no more than $6,000 per kilowatt electric (kWe) at low-volume production levels.
Fuel call technology; Flue gas directed to the air intake of the fuel cells, which act as a carbon purification membrane, transferring CO2 from the air stream to the fuel exhaust stream, where it is concentrated. allowing the CO2 to be easily and affordably captured, chilled, and compressed for industrial use or sequestration.
Next-generation tubular solid oxide fuel cell technology for remote power generation; Uses stable ceramics as an electrolyte layer and does not require the use of hydrogen like other SOFC technologies; Will run indefinitely as long as fuel and air are supplied in the tubes; Developing and optimizing cell technology for low-cost, low-temperature, high-energy-efficient operations.