Upstart Power Introduces its New Smarter Generator Upgen NXG
Upstart Power, announces the introduction of Upgen NXG™, its next-generation Fuel Cell Generator.
November 23, 2021. By News Bureau
Upstart Power’s Upgen NXG delivers complete energy resilience and grid independence in residential and industrial energy management applications by providing long-duration backup energy during grid failures and solar shortfalls.
Upgen NXG Fuel Cell Generators are superior long-duration backup systems that are safe, clean, efficient, quiet, scalable, versatile, easy to install, and maintenance free.
Upgen NXG Fuel Cell Generators are deployed in combination with battery storage and optional solar and enable comprehensive energy resilience and indefinite backup operation in residential and industrial applications.
Running quietly and efficiently on commonly available fuels like propane, natural gas, and hydrogen / natural gas blends, Upgen NXG Fuel Cell Generators have a significantly lower total cost of ownership compared to traditional internal combustion engine (ICE) generators.
In addition, their ultra-low emissions and virtually silent operation satisfy the expectations of customers with environmental concerns and renewable energy priorities.
"Upstart Power continues to diligently collaborate with our partners to accelerate the commercialization of solid oxide fuel cell technology for deployment at scale. The Upgen NXG Fuel Cell Generator empowers homeowners and industrial customers with the benefit of full power resilience without having to compromise on safety, environment or cost," said Paul Osenar, CEO Upstart Power.
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