Yellow Jacket Energy registers fuel cell generator as an EWG

Yellow Jacket Energy LLC (YJE), which has a fuel cell facility in Delaware, filed on Oct. 18 with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission a notice of self-certification of exempt wholesale generator status.

YJE, which is an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of Bloom Energy Corp., will lease and operate an undivided interest in an array of natural gas-fueled electric fuel cells, to be replaced with new arrays from time to time, on the site of the Bloom manufacturing facility located in Newark, New Castle County, Del.

At any given time, the generating facility has an installed capacity of at least 0.5 MW up to a maximum of 3.5 MW. The generating Ffcility is interconnected with the system of Delaware Municipal Electric and is located in the market administered by PJM Interconnection, within the Northeast region.

YJE will sell the excess output of the generating facility to Delaware Municipal Electric under a power purchase agreement, or to another purchaser. This factory site makes solid-oxide fuel cells that generate electricity, known as “Bloom Energy Servers.”

The company contact is: Deon Boles,
 Yellow Jacket Energy LLC c/o Bloom Energy Corp., 1299 Orleans Dr.,
 Sunnyvale, CA 94089, 408-543-1500, Deon.Boles@bloomenergy.com

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