New telecom backup mandate will increase genset demand and motivate fuel cell development

As a result of a post-Hurricane Katrina report that pointed out the inadequate backup power for communications facilities, the FCC is now requiring telecom and wireless companies to provide eight hours of backup power to more than 200,000 cell sites and 24 hours of off-grid operation at 20,000 telec...

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