Whole Foods tests fuel cells

Whole Foods Market in Glastonbury, Connecticut has decided to install a hydrogen-powered fuel cell to supply ½ of their electricity and almost 100-percent of their hot water.

Plus, heat from the fuel cells will be used to heat the store. It’ll also be used as emergency power backup in case of power outages. Plus, of course, fuel cells output practically no carbon.

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