Over the past few years, a handful of supermarket companies have been trying out a novel way to generate electrical and heat power in their stores — fuel cells. Fuel cell technology dates back many decades and has been employed in diverse settings, including buildings, consumer electronics, cars — even the Apollo moon missions. As a commercial source of on-site power, fuel cells have evolved to where they are being increasingly adopted by businesses that need around-the-clock power and can ...
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