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Contract for Marine Fuel Cell Power Plant


FuelCell Energy Inc. received a cost-shared contract from the U.S. Navy to demonstrate a 0.625 MW marine fuel cell power plant operating on diesel fuel, based on the Company's Direct FuelCell (DFC(R)) technology. Under the planned three-year contract, FuelCell Energy will build, test, and deliver the Ship Service Fuel Cell (SSFC) power plant for evaluation at a Navy facility.

The SSFC Program is a key Navy initiative to meet the power generation requirements for future ships, including reduced fuel consumption, lower maintenance, and reduced signatures. Testing of a self-contained fuel cell module in this program phase will validate the system architecture and SSFC design applicable to a variety of future Navy platforms.The contract is a likely step toward the realization of a cleaner, more efficient power generation technology for large marine platforms. Markets include other marine applications, including federal fleets and commercial cruise ships.

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