Please join us to learn how fuel cells work and their applicability to various building applications. Stationary fuel cell systems are especially well-suited for large energy intensive operations such as data centers, hospitals, hotels, educational institutions, industrial facilities and supermarkets. In these facilities, fuel cells have been able to provide significant energy savings, reduced carbon footprint and assure business continuity with an attractive financial return. This presentation will show real world examples of how fuel cells produce power and thermal energy on-site achieving overall system efficiencies up to 90% lowering energy costs, reducing emissions and reducing facilities reliance on the utility grid.
Erik Robie is the Western US Sales Manager for UTC Power, a United Technologies Corp. He is responsible for project development of stationary fuel cell applications throughout California. At UTC Power, Erik has also managed business development for other distributed generation systems such as micro-turbine, IC engineers and organic rankine cycle systems. Erik has 11 years of sales and business development experience within the alternative energy, fossil and nuclear industries. He holds a BS in Economics from the University of Connecticut and an MBA from the University of Hartford.
Lunch & Learn: Stationary Fuel Cell Systems
Learn how fuel cells can produce power and thermal energy on-site achieving overall system efficiencies up to 90%, lowering energy costs and reducing emissions. Presented by Erik Robie, Western US Sales Manager for UTC Power.
Time: Noon - 1:30pm
Location: AIA East Bay Chapter Office, 1405 Clay Street, Oakland
Cost: Free for AIA East Bay Members; $3.50 for non-members. Registration is required. Click here to register.
1.5 CES LUs
For more information: 510/464-3600