California Gets MW-Class Hydrogen Fuel Cell Plant

November 2006
Power Engineering;Nov2006, Vol. 110 Issue 11, p184
Trade Publication
The article offers information on Fuel Cell Energy's 1 megawatt fuel cell power plant in Alameda Country, California. The plant is a part of the state's Climate Change Leadership Strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The plant costs $6.1 million and was supported by $2.4 million grant funding from various sponsors such as Pacific Gas and Electric Co. and U.S. Department of Defense Climate Exchange Fuel Cell Program.


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