Potential benefits exist for combined heat and power generation through clean and efficient hydrogen and fuel cell technology to improve energy reliability, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and manage energy price volatility. Fuel cells can be used in critical municipal applications such as local government buildings, wastewater treatment facilities, schools, industrial parks, central business districts, and enterprise zones/energy improvement districts. Fuel cells can also be incorporated into micro-grids, used for energy storage to provide power protection in urban environments, increase overall facility efficiencies, and provide a reliable power source in times of outages. Their highly efficient systems can provide crucial, long-lasting power on demand.
Daniel Boyd, FuelCell Energy Inc.
Genevieve Sherman, Clean Energy Finance & Investment Authority (CEFIA)
William Coleman, City of Bridgeport