WASHINGTON — Thirty-eight nationally recognized companies, including several food retailers, are collectively saving millions of dollars in electricity costs while reducing carbon emissions by tens of thousands of tons per year by using fuel cells, according to a new report by Fuel Cells 2000, a non-profit education and outreach organization. “The Business Case for Fuel Cells: Why Top Companies Are Purchasing Fuel Cells Today” describes how companies such as Wal-Mart, Whole Foods, Central ...

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