Company wants to build world's largest fuel cell park

A Connecticut energy company is seeking approval to build the world's largest fuel cell park. CT Energy & Technology says it wants to build a

CT Energy and Technology says it wants to build a 66 megawatt facility on a 24 acre gravel pit in Beacon Falls.

CT Energy and Technology says it wants to build a 66 megawatt facility on a 24 acre gravel pit in Beacon Falls. (5/7/15)

BEACON FALLS - A Connecticut energy company is seeking approval to build the world's largest fuel cell park.

CT Energy & Technology says it wants to build a 66-megawatt facility on a 24-acre gravel pit in Beacon Falls.

The company says the fuel cell park would generate enough energy to power 60,000 homes.

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