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The future of energy is happening at the Port of Long Beach in California

Thanks to FuelCell Energy innovation.

FuelCell Energy (FCE) has taken a significant step towards it mission to enable a world empowered by clean energy through our first-of-its-kind, clean energy Tri-gen System at the Port of Long Beach in southern California.  

The innovative system, commissioned by Toyota Motor North America and operated and serviced by FCE, is fueled by directed biogas from California landfills and is powering the automotive company’s largest port facility in North America. 

FuelCell Energy’s innovative fuel cell technology supports Toyota’s operations at the port through an electrochemical process that converts directed renewable biogas into electricity, green hydrogen, and usable water with a highly efficient, combustion-free process that emits virtually no air pollutants. 

The FuelCell Energy Tri-gen System is the first in the world to generate renewable electricity, renewable hydrogen, and usable water simultaneously, supporting the processing of about 200,000 Toyota vehicles through the port annually.  

We invite you to learn more about this project, FuelCell Energy, and how our power generation, carbon capture, hydrogen production, and energy storage platforms are helping to deliver a more sustainable future for the world.

Meet the team

From Connecticut to California, the FuelCell Energy team was committed to the successful delivery of the Tri-gen project. Whether their contributions were made on the shop floor in Torrington, Connecticut, an office in Danbury, Connecticut, or at the Tri-gen site at the Port of Long Beach, there was a great sense of teamwork.

FuelCell Energy's 2023 Sustainability Report is now available. Learn more