In order to secure energy demands and satisfy the countries’ desire for green hydrogen, Bloom Energy has teamed up with a Spanish advising firm to deploy its electrolyzers in Spain and Portugal.
The American business disclosed that it had partnered with Telam Partners to increase its presence in Spain and Portugal.
In accordance with Spanish and Portuguese goals of becoming green hydrogen centers, Bloom and Telam seek to offer Bloom’s solid oxide electrolyser in the markets under the cooperation.
In a demonstration trial with the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) of the US Department of Energy (DOE), Bloom claimed that its high-temperature electrolyser had produced hydrogen at a nuclear facility with “record-setting efficiency.”
The two businesses have additionally declared that they will promote Bloom’s fuel cell Energy Server to decarbonize port operations when ports are at dock. According to reports, the fuel adaptable technology may run on hydrogen, biogas, or natural gas and provides a lower carbon alternative to diesel generators.
Following its statement in June that it intended to install 1MW of its solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC) at Ferrari’s Maranello facility in Italy, Bloom’s first transaction for the Iberian Peninsula strengthens the company’s commitment to the European market.