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CNNMoney profiled Delaware clean-tech company Bloom Energy

“Just as a personal computer changed the world, just as a cellphone changed the world, a personalized electricity generator is going to change the world,” said CEO KR Sridhar.

Bloom Energy CEO KR Sridhar. (Photo by Flickr user Bloom Energy, used under a Creative Commons license)

Bloom Energy, the prodigal clean-tech company supplying power to some of your favorite corporations by transitioning them from power grids to fuel cells, was recently the subject of a CNNMoney profile.
The video features the company’s cell manufacturing center (located on University of Delaware’s STAR Campus) where Bloom Energy develops their “Bloom Boxes” — programmable energy boxes that will supply clients like Apple, eBay and Morgan Stanley with energy sources of their choosing.
While the company currently supplies energy to big-name corporations, it plans on bringing Bloom Boxes to people who either can’t afford energy or have little to no access to it.
“Just as a personal computer changed the world, just as a cellphone changed the world, a personalized electricity generator is going to change the world,” said CEO KR Sridhar.
http://i.cdn.turner.com/money/.element/script/7.0/players/embed.js?videoid=video/technology/2015/09/10/elon-evolution-fuel-cells-that-power-apple-google-coca-cola.cnnmoney

Companies: Bloom Energy / University of Delaware

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