Mission-Critical Power from Bloom Energy

Forging Sustainable Businesses and Communities

PTS partner Bloom Energy has developed a revolutionary on-site primary power generation system. The Bloom Energy Server is based on a proprietary fuel cell technology that provides a more reliable, cleaner, and cost effective alternative to the traditional electric grid. Bloom provides a transformational new data center topology that greatly simplifies the architecture and eliminates the need for many legacy components.

The technology is based on a solid oxide fuel cell platform with roots in the NASA Mars Program. The Bloom Energy Server converts fuel into electricity through a clean and efficient electro-chemical process which emits significantly less greenhouse gases, NOx, SOx, and particulate matter than conventional combustion technologies. The system can run on natural gas for significant greenhouse gas reductions, or biogas for a carbon neutral solution.

Reliable, Always-On Electricity


Uninterrupted power without compromise to eliminate power outages


Reduce price uncertainty from energy costs with superior power quality


Accelerating the path to decarbonization and better air quality


A turnkey solution platform to enhance your energy investment strategy

Primary Power for Critical Loads

The Bloom Energy Server architecture provides building blocks that enhance reliability.

  • Extended outage protection
  • Eliminates surges, sags or interference
  • Highly modular, scalable design
  • Predictable electricity costs
  • 24 x 7 Uninterruptible Power
  • Availability of the BE solution = 99.998%
  • Concurrently maintainable
  • Highly redundant design
  • Fault tolerant
  • Hot swappable field replacement units
  • Eliminates the risk of power over-provisioning
Bloom Energy Mission Critical Energy

The Bloom Energy modular, always-on architecture replaces the need for legacy systems and reduces expensive building footprint.

Bloom Energy Modular

Total Cost of Reliable Power

Energy Total Cost Comparison

TCO for reliable power requires a lifecycle time horizon for the use of a critical facility and a realistic understanding of what the cost of energy and O&M costs will be over that time. Components of data center TCO that Bloom can impact include:

  • Capital equipment
  • Installation cost
  • Operation and maintenance
  • Efficiency
  • Long-term natural gas purchase contracts which reduce price uncertainty against electric utility escalation

Data Center Facility Technologies


Microgrids provide new, resilient, on-premise power with no upfront CAPEX – only OPEX. A PPA partner, in partnership with PTS, pays for all pre-design consulting, engineering, construction and all backend support on an SLA basis, including monitoring and maintenance, for the lifetime of the PPA or product. The client is left with a gas bill, a multi-year PPA agreement, and whatever residual electric power still needed. In states where power costs are higher, there is a net OPEX savings overall.

Microgrid Power System
Indirect Evaporative Cooling (IDEC) System

Indirect Evaporative Cooling (IDEC)

Indirect Evaporative Cooling (IDEC) is the most effective, efficient, and lowest energy process currently available to cool data centers.

Learn More about Mission‑Critical Power

The TCO for reliable power for a critical facility requires an understanding of energy and O&M costs over the lifetime of the facility.

Contact PTS today to begin the evaluation for your mission critical facility.

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(201) 337-3833

PTS and Bloom Energy DCD Talks
Bloom Energy

DCD Talks with PTS and Bloom Energy

Pete Sacco (Founder and President, PTS Data Center Solutions) and Jamie Funk (Head of Sales for Verticals at Bloom Energy) talk to Dan Loosemore of Data Center Dynamics about future-proofing the modern data center using PTS’ Data Center Reimagined approach and Bloom Energy’s fuel-cell and micro-grid solutions.

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Webinar Data Center Development Innovation for the New Age of Facilities
Bloom Energy

Webinar: Data Center Development Innovation for the New Age of Facilities

Webinar Data Center Development Innovation for the New Age of Facilities. Learn how end users and providers are determining cloud or on-prem strategies for new facilities coming online, how fully integrated edge developments have changed the need for on-prem solutions, who are changing their migration to the cloud and where the opportunities are for expansions.

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The Key to Cutting Data Center Construction Costs? Use Minimal Infrastructure

The average enterprise data center costs between $10 million and $12 million per megawatt to build, with costs typically front-loaded onto the first few megawatts of deployment. Seasoned data center builder Peter Sacco, founder and CEO of PTS Data Center Solutions, claims that it is possible to drive down costs by around 25 per cent or more, simply by being more disciplined on design.

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Edge Data Center-as-a-Service

On-Site Infrastructure, Consumed Like Cloud Imagine a fully managed, high capacity, scalable, ultra-low latency IT environment in an on-site micro data center that is

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Micro Data Centers

Minimize On-Site Construction for Faster Deployment While your company may be transitioning to “cloud-first,” it doesn’t mean “cloud-only.” Supporting your remaining edge infrastructure is

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