FuelCell Energy signs exclusive option to use landfill gas in Orange County for fuel cell project

January 8, 2019 |

In California, FuelCell Energy, Inc announced the signing of an exclusive option agreement with the County of Orange regarding the utilization of landfill gas at the Coyote Canyon landfill in Newport Beach, California for a fuel cell project.  The option agreement, won via a competitive solicitation, provides FuelCell Energy an exclusive right to develop the landfill gas as a source of renewable biofuel, expected to culminate in the negotiation and execution of a Landfill Gas Delivery and Site License Agreement.

FuelCell Energy expects to install operating fuel cell systems that will produce both renewable electricity and renewable hydrogen. With targeted output of between 1,200 to 2,400 kilograms per day of hydrogen, this plant will supply renewable hydrogen to the largest fuel cell vehicle market, Los Angeles, in late 2020.

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