Bloom Energy seeks an additional $50 million

According to peHUB, formerly secretive fuel-cell manufacturer Bloom Energy is seeking an additional $50 million dollars, which it is marketing to potential investors as their last chance to invest pre-IPO. Bloom claims that its solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) will be able to produce electricity from ...

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