Northeast Utilities invests $10 million in Massachusetts fuel-cell maker

BERLIN, Conn. Sept. 27, 2000 (Waterbury Republican-American)–Northeast Utilities announced Tuesday that it is investing $10 million in a company that manufactures fuel cells, which offer consumers cleaner, cheaper energy than traditional power plants.


By ANN DE ROUFFIGNAC
OGJ Online

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