TORRINGTON, Conn. — Stop & Shop, Quincy, Mass., plans to use a 400-kilowatt fuel cell to generate power and heat in a new store opening here in late April. The fuel cell, provided by UTC Power, South Windsor, Conn., releases much less carbon dioxide than traditional power sources, and almost no other pollutants. In other supermarket installations, it has operated in concert with the U.S. electrical grid — with most of the energy coming from the fuel cell — and as a stand-alone generator ...
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