FuelCell Energy: Energy and Health: FuelCell CEO explains the company’s biofuel technology
In a video uploaded to YouTube Thursday, former CEO of Texas-based FuelCell and founder of the energy startup FuelCell, Mike Nadella, explains his company’s energy and health benefits, along with some of the companys future potential energy and food applications.
In his video, Nadellas energy and nutrition philosophy, which is part of his biofuel platform, is highlighted in several spots.
In a section titled “Food and energy” that was included on the video, he explained how his company is looking to harness the power of natural food, particularly food from plants, as a source of energy.
He also said his company sees itself as a catalyst for new solutions to energy and climate change.
FuelCell, which Nadello founded in 2013, is one of a handful of companies that is using the fuelcell technology that was developed by former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson to provide electricity to vehicles.
The company uses carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology to capture carbon dioxide from the combustion of natural gas, which it then turns into hydrogen.
FuelCell also makes energy from renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, geothermal and hydroelectric power.
In the video Nadellan explains how his bioenergy business uses biofuels to produce hydrogen fuel, which he claims is better for the environment than fossil fuels.
He then explains the differences between biofuel and biofueled vehicles, which are not technically fuel, but are designed to be energy-efficient and produce energy from natural sources.
Fuelcell also sells fuel cells to energy companies, such as Tesla and SolarCity.
He adds that his company has no interest in building a large energy infrastructure.
“We don’t want to build the big infrastructure, and we don’t need it,” he said.
Fuel Cell also does not currently have any plans to build an electric vehicle, although it is working on developing an alternative.
“If I had a nickel for every time someone told me that a car that was cheaper than an electric car was the way to go, I would have a lot more nickels,” he told the audience.
“There is a big difference between a car, an engine, and a vehicle.
The difference between an engine and a car is that an engine does not suck energy from the air, so it cannot sustain a very long distance and it doesn’t need fuel.”
Nadella also discusses the company plans for its future energy solutions.
He said he expects to develop a “fusion energy” system that will capture hydrogen from solar panels and use it to power a hydrogen vehicle.
This system will allow a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle to travel long distances in an electric powertrain, using a mix of batteries, wind turbines and geothermal heaters.
Nadellahs future potential applications for fuel cells include the development of energy efficient homes that utilize fuel cells, the production of food that uses fuel cells and biofuelation.
He also envisions that the company will be able to develop biofueled food that will be a part of the “worlds largest energy transition,” with the goal of producing food that is both healthy and sustainable, and sustainable to a high degree.