SAN DIEGO — An Albertsons supermarket set to open Wednesday in the Clairemont community here will be one of the first in California to generate nearly 90% of its electricity with a 400-kilowatt fuel cell from UTC Power, South Windsor, Conn. The project is estimated to cut carbon dioxide emissions by 478 metric tons each year compared with California “non-baseload” power plants, said UTC Power, adding that the annual nitrogen oxide emissions reduction is equal to removing 82 cars from the ...

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