If you have $60,000 to spare and like to show off to your neighbors, ClearEdge Power may have the product for you: a giant fuel cell that can power up your house or business, and perhaps take you entirely off the grid.
The much-hyped startup behind the fuel cell device known as the Bloom Box has kept quiet since its February launch. Now, in the wake of a $10 million deal, it's powering a third of Adobe's HQ. Will a consumer version be next?
Now that the dust has started to settle on the unveiling of the Bloom Energy Server, we thought it might be useful to take a more detailed look at some of the technology behind the fuel cell-powered electricity generator.
BloomBox has hit the media in a huge way, accompanied with all sorts of fanfare and skepticism. The company's CEO has now appeared to explain some of its scientific secrets, and it may be even cleverer than you've thought.
If you keep track of green technology companies, you may have heard rumblings about Bloom Energy, a secretive company that has raised nearly $400 million from investors like Kleiner Perkins for its supposedly game-changing fuel cell device. Now the eight year old company is finally emerging from the shadows with the Bloom Box.
With all systems go for the Bloom Box, the quarter-of-a-mil fuel device that's supposed to be the savior of the universe, here's a refresher course on the money man from venture capital powerhouse Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers who helped make the dream into something starting to resemble reality.