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Danbury’s struggling FuelCell Energy names new CEO

Jason Few is the president of Sustayn LLC, a Houston-headquartered cloud-based software waste and recycling optimization company.

FuelCell Energy signs $100M construction loan facility

The Danbury firm's stock is still under Nasdaq scrutiny; it has until May 28 to return to the $1 threshold.

FuelCell Energy seeking to up its bottom line, public profile

Not only has the Danbury company been involved with a number of notable deals of late, but one of it senior executives has been named to Gov.-elect Ned Lamont's transition team.

Danbury’s FuelCell Energy acquiring Bridgeport fuel cell park for $36.6M

FuelCell said the transaction is expected to add annual revenue in excess of $15 million per year.

Danbury’s FuelCell Energy signs deals with utilities in Derby, Hartford

The fuel cell project in Derby is expected to drive local economic development and environmental improvement through state sales tax and the local property taxes generated.

FuelCell Energy posts $47.9M 4th-quarter revenues

"We are well-positioned for delivering projects in 2018 supported by expanding backlog and announced project awards that exceed $1.6 billion," said President and CEO Chip Bottone,

FuelCell Energy reports another third-quarter loss

The Danbury company also announced a 20-megawatt sale of fuel cells in South Korea; last month it announced a 40-megawatt deal with the Long Island Power Authority.

FuelCell Energy financials take a dive in fourth quarter

Revenues for the period ending Oct. 31, 2016 were $24.5 million, compared to $51.5 million for the comparable period last year.

Danbury’s FuelCell Energy cutting 96 jobs

The company is also implementing other measures to reduce operating costs by at least $6 million annually.

Opportunity knocks in Bridgeport

On May 3, FuelCell Energy Inc., Dominion Resources Inc. and numerous public officials participated in a ceremonial groundbreaking for the largest fuel cell power project in North America and the second largest in the world.