Is Bloom Energy a Better Place redux?

Bloom Energy, the previously secretive fuel cell startup, is finally going public with its story, appearing on 60 Minutes last week. In an interview with Lux Research, Bloom’s Stu Aaron told us that the company intends to produce electricity from natural gas at a lower cost to the customer than the ...

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