AUSTIN, Texas — A new Whole Foods Market in Glastonbury, Conn., will be the first supermarket to generate most of its power on-site with an ultra-clean fuel cell, from UTC Power, South Windsor, Conn. “We are always looking to reduce our impact on the environment,” said Kathy Loftus, global leader, sustainable engineering, maintenance and energy, for Whole Foods Market here. “Together with UTC Power and the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund, we’ve designed a combined cooling, heating and power ...

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