Bloom SK Fuel Cell has started production of its Solid Oxide Fuel cells in South Korea

Transition Risk Short TermEnergy Storage Battery and HydrogenNatural Gas

Transition Risk or Climate Risk: Transition Risk   

Areas Impacted: Market Demand, Regulation, Technology      

Timing: Short term

January 9th, 2021 

Bloom Energy, a US manufacturer of high temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs), and the South Korean engineering firm, SK Engineering & Construction (SK E&C) have started manufacturing units in South Korean for the local market.

The JV, Bloom SK Fuel Cell, will supply natural gas fueled fuel cells to the local market.

Analyst Note: The South Korean fuel cell market is promoted by regulation in which fuel cells are written into local policy as one of the cornerstone technologies of the future.

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