by Dirk Perrefort
April 30, 2014
DANBURY — FuelCell Energy has added another utility company in the state to its list of customers with the announcement Wednesday of two 2.8-megawatt fuel cells the company will build for United Illuminating.
One of the two fuel cells will be located in Bridgeport as part of the renewal-energy park under development on the site of a former landfill near Seaside Park — a part of Mayor Bill Finch‘s “green” initiatives in the city.
The site of the second fuel cell has yet to be released, although it will be located in United Illuminating’s coverage area, officials said.
“The utilities are a key market for us to target,” said Kurt Goddard, a spokesman for Danbury-based FuelCell, which has installed renewable power generation units at more than 50 sites around the globe. “We are always working to add new utilities to our roster.” Read more