Doosan Fuel Cell Takes Closed Plant to Full Production
Doosan Fuel Cell Takes Closed Plant to Full Production
author Added by FuelCellsWorks, December 11, 2015

In July 2014, after buying the assets of ClearEdge Power (formerly UTC Power) out of bankruptcy, the Connecticut company, which designs and manufactures clean energy fuel cell systems that produce combined heat and power, began operations at its corporate headquarters outside Hartford.

Since opening its doors, Doosan has signed multiple contracts to install and operate 440 kilowatt (kW) fuel cells at mixed use properties, office and government buildings, college campuses, utilities, mining operations and production facilities. Doosan power plants are now installed, and being installed, coast to coast, from Verizon in California to CT Transit in Connecticut.

Doosan Fuel Cell America, Inc. (Doosan) is a subsidiary of Doosan Corporation, a South Korea-based industrial company founded in 1896 that has current operations in 38 countries and has been a Fortune Global 2000 company since 2007. Doosan, headquartered in South Windsor, Connecticut, designs, engineers and manufactures fuel cells for commercial and industrial applications. Formed in July 2014 following Doosan Corporation’s acquisition of ClearEdge Power (formerly UTC Power), Doosan is the U.S. arm of the Doosan Fuel Cell Business Group and focuses on 440-kilowatt phosphoric acid fuel cells capable of supplying combined heat and power to building and utility systems.