Ferrari installed Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Plant

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June 25,2022,Maranello (Italy) – Ferrari is confident of achieving carbon neutral by 2030 with the installation of a new 1 MW solid oxide fuel cell plant at its Maranello facilities. 

The recently installed plant built by Bloom Energy can provide 5% of the energy required for Ferrari’s production activities while reducing fuel consumption and emissions. Compared to CHP (Combined Heat and Power) cogeneration systems, gas requirements are cut by around 20% with a significant energy saving.

Benedetto Vigna, Ferrari CEO, commented: “Ferrari is working hard and confident of achieving carbon neutrality by 2030, through the adoption of leading-edge technologies and of a scientific approach that are written in our DNA. We are thrilled to partner with Bloom Energy, as both our Companies are highly committed to a decarbonization path, and proud to host its first European installation”.

In addition to high levels of efficiency, this innovative technology platform offers flexibility in the choice of energy sources required to power the plant : hydrogen, natural gas, biomethane or a combination, converting the fuel into electricity without combustion. 

This system reduces more than 99% of the pollution that causes the build-up of smog and particulate matter.  

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