Based in Danbury, CT (USA), FuelCell Energy (Nasdaq: FCEL) develops and markets Ultra-Clean stationary fuel cell power plants that generate electricity with up to twice the efficiency of conventional fossil fuel plants – and with virtually no air pollution. With more than 30 years of experience, we are recognized as a global leader in the development, manufacture, and commercialization of stationary electric power generation. FuelCell Energy owns and operates a manufacturing plant in Torrington, Connecticut, with a capacity of 50 MW of fuel cells per year. FuelCell Energy's Danbury, Connecticut headquarters acts as the nerve center for the company's commercial, industrial, and grid-support applications. The Danbury facility is also the hub for the company’s GTAC (Global Technical Assistance Center) monitoring system, which remotely monitors and operates more than 60 commercial fuel cell units operating at 50 locations all over the world. The company’s Direct FuelCell® (DFC®) power plants have generated over 200 million kW hours. Contact us today and turn your electrical requirements into a powerful competitive advantage.
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