AT&T to Use Bloom Energy Fuel Cells at 11 California Facilities

AT&T Inc. (T), the U.S. telecommunications company, will use fuel cells from Bloom Energy Corp. to power 11 sites in California.

AT&T expects the fuel cells to provide a total of 7.5 megawatts of power, and will help it reduce carbon-dioxide emissions by 250 million pounds, the Dallas-based company said today in a statement. Sunnyvale, California-based Bloom Energy’s fuel cells, known as Bloom Boxes, convert air and natural gas into electricity. The companies did not give a price for the sale.

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