We recently valued a Bloom Energy Server that was utilized by a company to help mitigate their utility costs. With a price tag of close to several million dollars, state and federal alternative energy incentives and tax credits can play a major influence on the final investment decision. Anticipated useful lives of close to 20 years have yet to be fulfilled, given the rather limited history (from about 2010) since public introduction. Major companies have jumped on board Bloom’s energy train from, Ebay to Walmart to Coca Cola, installing servers at their facilities. Costs savings can be challenging to quantify as grid rates will vary from region to region and utility companies can charge tiered or flat rates based on different times within the same day. It is also hard to quantify the ‘green-effect’ that promotes a company’s public image and commitment to alternative, environmentally friendly energy. However, from a practical standpoint, resale values of such energy servers will likely boil down to realizable cost savings, useful life, any remaining transferable incentives and credits, maintenance costs, relocation costs and lead times on new equipment.