Ceramic Fuel Cells has received a binding order for 60 integrated micro CHP (mCHP) units from German energy service provider EWE.
This order starts the final phase of the development and demonstration programme for integrated mCHP generators agreed with EWE in 2010. Delivery is scheduled for June to December 2013.
"EWE's order is a major step forward for us. We are delighted to be able to offer a marketable integrated mCHP soon, based on the superior technology of our already well established BlueGEN system," said Bob Kennett, CEO of Ceramic Fuel Cells Limited.
EWE's order had been conditional upon it receiving partial funding from the German government's national hydrogen and fuel-cell technology innovation programme. This funding was granted last week.