Bloom Energy Commissions its Innovative Energy Server at Fujitsu Frontech Facility

The Bloom Energy Server installed for Fujitsu Frontech Kumagaya SSC can produce 250 kilowatts of power and provides more than 50% of the building’s annual power consumption

January 29, 2020. By News Bureau

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Bloom Energy Japan Limited has announced that it installed and started operating the “Bloom Energy Server,” an innovative and clean electricity generation system, for Kumagaya Service Solution Center of Fujitsu Frontech Limited in Kumagaya City, Saitama Prefecture. The Bloom Energy Server installed for Fujitsu Frontech Kumagaya SSC can produce 250 kilowatts of power and provides more than 50% of the building’s annual power consumption.

The Bloom Energy Server is a breakthrough solid oxide fuel cell technology that generates clean electricity at over 60% efficiency during initial performance. Bloom Energy Servers have been installed in many locations that require uninterrupted power supply such as data centers, manufacturing operations, communications, and facilities with high energy loads including refrigeration and critical services in the U.S.A.

The Bloom Energy Server installed in Fujitsu Frontech Kumagaya SSC operates with natural gas provided by an LNG satellite. 1 Facility that stores and gasifies liquefied natural gas (LNG) delivered from LNG terminals and supplies natural gas to equipment.

Bloom Energy Japan’s supplying of electricity generated by the Bloom Energy Server at Fujitsu Frontech Kumagaya SSC contributes in securing stable and continuous power supply for their services to distributors and financial institutions and reducing carbon dioxide and air pollution emissions in the industrial sector.

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