CHP can help cut global carbon dioxide emissions in half by 2060

The publication provides a practical blueprint for how to cut global carbon dioxide emissions by almost 50% within the next 43 years, while providing a secure and affordable energy supply and, critically, maintaining steady worldwide economic development. The plan takes into account rapid economic growth areas such as China, India and Africa, and highlights the economic advantages of the energy revolution scenario.

US-based FuelCell Energy Inc. has received orders for a total of 1.5 MW of fuel cell stack components from its European distribution partner, MTU CFC Solutions GmbH (MTU CFC). FuelCell Energy will deliver the stack components to MTU CFC in the current fiscal year, fabricating them at the company's manufacturing facilities in Connecticut. MTU will use the components to construct 'HotModule' fuel cells that it manufactures for the European market.

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