Bloom Energy proposes to replace fuel cells at QFCP facilities

Delaware regulators should require Bloom Energy to explain how its proposal to replace all fuel cells at the QFCP facilities (Red Lion & Brookside) would serve the public interest. Read More...

Socialism doesn't work (E-85)

If some people get handouts, others must pay. Social welfare programs are the biggest cost in government; ethanol is a costly substitute for oil; fuel cells are unsuitable for commercial scale power generation. Read More...

A skeptical view of Bloom Energy IPO

Claims re the affordability of Bloom fuel cell power seem inconsistent with real world experience in Delaware.



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