Yale University Installs 250-kW Fuel Cell Unit

December 5, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] FuelCell Energy, along with the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund and Yale University, dedicated Connecticut’s first high-efficiency Direct FuelCell (DFC) power plant at the Environmental Science Center (ESC) near Yale University’s Peabody Museum in New Haven. The 250 kW fuel cell will provide approximately 25 percent of the building’s electricity needs, with the heat being used primarily to maintain tight temperature and humidity controls at the ESC. The fuel cell power plant was purchased by the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund last year for use in the state, and the Connecticut Siting Council approved the Yale University location in December 2002. The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund invests in enterprises and initiatives that help promote the development, production and use of energy from clean and renewable sources.
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