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There are more than 235 MWs of fuel cell stationary power serving more than 40 states in the United States. These fuel cell backup power systems provide non-stop electrical power to vital services like digital communications networks, advanced medical therapies, financial transactions, and bank operations during natural disasters. Based on successful installation of 900 U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) cost-shared emergency backup power systems, we are tracking more than 7,500 backup power units being purchased or on order by industry without any DOE funding.

Fuel Cells Operating All Over the United States

Map of the United States showing that there are more than 235 MWs of fuel cell stationary power serving more than 40 states.