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Bloom Energy Set To Soar On Commercialization Of Hydrogen-Powered Fuel Cells

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  • Bloom Energy stock jumped 9.89% (YoY) with investors expressing optimism on the successful operation of the Bloom Electrolyzer.
  • Bloom's target of residential areas as important customers for its on-site production and consumption of clean energy will help improve revenue contributions into 2022.
  • The use of water (by collaborating with Heliogen) and nuclear power to generate clean hydrogen will help Bloom attain a robust product offering into the future.
  • Investors will have a stronger opportunity to gain with iShares S&P Global Clean Energy Index ETF that tracks investment results in the green economy.
Hydrogen logistics concept. Truck with gas tank trailer on the road lined with solar power plants. 3d rendering

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Bloom Energy (NYSE: NYSE:BE) finished off the second quarter of 2021 with a robust product offering that involved fuel flexibility and pipeline deals for decarbonization. The company has invested in new carbon capture technology scheduled for demonstration later in 2021. As a

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