FuelCell Energy estimates that the project will support 161 jobs over its 15-year life. The project is scheduled to be completed and placed into operation in late 2013. Dominion will sell the output of the fuel cell power station to Connecticut Light & Power under a 15-year fixed power purchase agreement.Dominion owns several renewable energy facilities in the United States, including wind farms in West Virginia and Indiana, a biomass power station in Virginia with three more under construction and hydroelectric power stations in Virginia and North Carolina. The company recently received permission from its Virginia regulators to lease rooftops from commercial and industrial companies to build solar-powered generation as a pilot project. It also has said it would bid on federal lands off the coast of Virginia for a possible wind farm.
Dominion To Develop Largest Fuel Cell Power Project In North America
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