Case study: Hyatt Hotel pilots Bloom Energy fuel cell for distributed baseload power

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Bloom Energy, a maker of solid oxide fuel cells for distributed baseload power (see the December 9, 2014 LRESJ), has signed up the Hyatt Hotels Corporation as a customer. The hotel chain has more than 600 properties globally, and generates about $4 billion in revenues, and this Bloom ...

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