Tulare California. Biogas Plant Begins Operations (Ind. Report)
Danbury, Connecticut-based FuelCell Energy Inc. is reporting its 2.3-MW biogas project in the city of Tulare, California has begun commercial operation at the city's wastewater treatment facility.
The newly operational plant uses FuelCell Energy's SureSource Treatments system -- a cleanup technology created by FuelCell Energy for on-site biogas treatment.
(Source: FuelCell Energy, PR, 27 Dec., 2019) Contact: FuelCell Energy, Jason Few, CEO, 203-825-6000, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.fuelcellenergy.com
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FuelCell Energy Touts 9Mn MWh of Power Generation (Ind. Report)
Danbury, Conn.-based fuel cell power and energy storage specialist FuelCell Energy, Inc. reports more than 9 million MWh having been generated by SureSource™ fuel cell power plants globally since the first commercial installation.
SureSource™ fuel cells are a clean energy solution for the need for baseload power, as power is made continuously, positioning them as a perfect complement to the intermittent power sources of wind and solar.
The company's SureSource™ plants are currently installed and operating on three continents, with many owned by leading utility and industrial companies.
Presently, ten U.S. states and Puerto Rico have classified stationary fuel cells in the highest tier of clean power generation due to the high efficiency and resultant low carbon emissions and negligible NOx and particulate matter typical of other combustion sources of baseload power. Fuel Cells are usually classified as carbon-neutral, or in some cases carbon negative, by regulatory authorities due to the renewable nature of the biogas fuel source. (Source: Fuel Cell Energy Inc., PR, Newswire, Street Insider, 5 Aug., 2019)
Contact: Fuel Cell Energy, Jennifer Arasimowicz, Interim President, 203-825-6000,
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FuelCell Energy Scores $3.76Mn Calif. SCAQMD Award (Funding)
Danbury, Conn.-based FuelCell Energy, Inc. is reporting receipt of $3,767,380 in funding from the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) to enable the development of a renewable fuel cell project that will renewable hydrogen and power from onsite biogas while avoiding nitrogen oxides (NOx) and volatile organic compounds (VOC).
SCAQMD is the air pollution control agency for all of Orange County and the urban portions of Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino countries. The 10,743 square mile area is home to over 16.8m people. (Source: Fuel Cell Energy, PR, SCAQM, Jan., 2019) Contact: Fuel Cell Energy, Chip Bottone, Pres., CEO, (203) 830-7494, email@example.com
; SCAQMD, http://yourstory.aqmd.gov/home
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