September 22, 2016

Fuel-cell developer says Beacon Falls project ‘shovel ready’

The developer of a proposed 63.3-megawatt Beacon Falls Energy Park said this week that the project is “shovel ready.” The proposed park, which would use fuel cells from Danbury’s FuelCell Energy and be the world’s largest fuel-cell park, noted it has achieved several milestones. The proposed park, which would use […]
December 15, 2015

World’s largest fuel cell park heads toward regulatory decision

The Connecticut Siting Council could be nearing a decision on a developer’s application to build a massive fuel cell park in Beacon Falls. The council, which has exclusive authority to approve large fuel-cell projects, said on Friday that it had finished gathering evidence, arguments and public comments regarding Beacon Falls […]
September 1, 2015

Beacon Falls fuel cell park seeks immediate approval

The owner of the proposed 63-megawatt fuel cell park in Beacon Falls has asked the Connecticut Siting Council for a declaratory ruling on the project, so that electricity can begin flowing next year. The requested Beacon Falls Energy Park would be the largest fuel cell power plant in the world, […]
May 5, 2015

CT Developers Pitch World’s Largest Fuel Cell Park

Danbury manufacturer FuelCell Energy and developers CT Energy & Technology on Tuesday proposed building the world’s largest fuel cell park on a former salt mine in Beacon Falls. The proposed 63.3-megawatt park on a 24-acre gravel pit in southern Connecticut would best a 59-megawatt fuel cell system in South Korea […]