Baker Hughes and Bloom Energy are to collaborate on the potential commercialization and deployment of integrated, low carbon power-generation and hydrogen solutions to advance energy transition.
Baker Hughes and Bloom Energy will begin collaborating on potential customer engagements immediately, with the objective of launching pilot projects over the next two to three years and fully commercializing and scaling applications, products, and solutions shortly after.
“The path to net-zero carbon emissions must include partnerships and collaboration,” said Uwem Ukpong, executive vice-president of regions, alliances, and enterprise sales at Baker Hughes. “At the core of our collaboration agreement with Bloom Energy is the potential to develop integrated technology offerings for commercialization and deployment of smarter, cleaner, and more economic energy solutions.”
The companies will focus efforts in three areas: integrated power solutions, integrated hydrogen solutions, and mutual technical collaborations.
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