The Campbell Soup Company – Fuel cell System is a 5,000kW energy storage project located in Bakersfield, California, US.
The electro-chemical battery energy storage project uses fuel cells as its storage technology. The project was announced in 2018.
The Campbell Soup Company – Fuel cell System is being developed by FuelCell Energy . The project is owned by Campbell Soup (100%).
The key applications of the project are on-site power and back up.
Campbell Soup is the owner. FuelCell Energy is the developer. FuelCell Energy is the technology provider for the project.
FuelCell Energy is the system integrator. FuelCell Energy is the EPC contractor for the project.
FuelCell Energy will provide a comprehensive turn-key project solution that includes engineering, procurement, construction, and maintenance services under a 20-year power purchase agreement. The combined heat and power (CHP) fuel cell system will provide reliable and low carbon electricity and steam that will lead to a reduction in energy costs while enhancing power reliability from on-site power generation. Generating both power and thermal energy from the same unit of natural gas fuel reduces heating costs and the associated pollutants and carbon emissions from more traditional combustion-based boiler systems.
About FuelCell Energy
FuelCell Energy Inc (FuelCell Energy) is an integrated fuel cell company. It offers solutions for the supply, recovery, and storage of energy. The company designs, manufactures, installs, operates, and maintains stationary fuel cell power plants. Under multi-year power purchase and service agreements, the company provides turn-key power generation solutions, including power plant designing, developing, installing, operating, and maintaining solutions. It serves utilities, universities, municipalities, government entities, and industrial and commercial enterprises in the US, South Korea, Germany, Spain, England, and Canada. The company has manufacturing facilities in the US, South Korea, and Germany. FuelCell Energy is headquartered in Danbury, Connecticut, the US.
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