Organic Retailer Touts Fuel Cell Powered Supermarket
March 12, 2008
Whole Foods is announcing the opening of the first supermarket in the world to use fuel cell technology to power its store.
According to a company news release, Whole Foods is leveraging fuel cell technology to generate half of the electricity to operate the store, and 100 percent of the hot water.
Whole Foods Market is a retailer of natural and organic foods has announced that their Glastonbury, CT store will use a fuel cell power plant built by UTC Power, a United Technologies Company with whom Whole Foods has signed a 15-year service and maintenance agreement.
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