January 5, 2016
Connecticut Green Guide

FuelCell to install 5.6MW at Pfizer campus

Danbury's FuelCell Energy said it has signed an agreement with Pfizer to install and maintain a 5.6-megawatt fuel cell system at the pharma giant's 160-acre Groton campus.

The two companies have signed a power-purchase agreement under which Pfizer will buy the power and steam produced by the combined-heat-and-power (CHP) system for 20 years.

The CHP-configured plant is expected to be operational by this summer. It will increase electric reliability at Pfizer's campus and will avoid creating 5,300 cars worth of carbon dioxide.

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