At a time when business and residential consumers are being hit with rapidly rising energy bills, one local authority in Wales has found a way to cut to energy bills and carbon emissions. Fuel Cell Micro Combined Heat and Power technology is well established, with many thousands of installations completed in Japan and Germany – but it is a lot less well known in the UK. The first product to apply this technology in the UK and receive Feed In Tariff is called BlueGEN. BlueGEN generates electricity as efficiently as the best large modern gas-fired power station – but unlike a power station the heat that is generated can be used as well so providing the most efficient method of using gas to create usable energy. In Wales, Rhondda Cynon Taf County Burgh Council has found a way to cut to energy bills and carbon emissions – thanks to BlueGEN.
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