AT&T dials up fuel cell capacity with Bloom Energy deal

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Telecoms giant becomes Bloom Energy's biggest non-utility customer with over 17MW of capacity

US telco giant AT&T is set to purchase 9.6MW of fuel cell power from clean energy developer Bloom Energy, taking its total capacity to over 17MW across 28 sites in Connecticut and California. The company...

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