Integrated and Combined Cycles (ICC) traditionally involve only gas and steam turbines. This can be broadened to the integration of high-temperature fuel cells (FC) having electrical efficiency up to 40–60 %, compared to 30–35 % for most gas turbines . The previous research on FC hybrids indicates achieving high efficiencies  and economic viability  is possible. The ICC of various FC types, their performance and the potential for utilisation of renewables are analysed considering also power generation capacity and site integration context. Further research and development with industrial relevance are outlined, giving priority to CO2 emissions reduction.