Posted on April 2, 2018 by admin
On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, State Representative John Piscopo (R-Thomaston) attended a ribbon cutting ceremony held by the City of Waterbury and Doosan Fuel Cell America Inc. of South Windsor, to mark the installation of three fuel-cell power plants at the Waterbury Pollution Control Facility at 210 Municipal Road.
“I’m proud to support energy alternatives in Connecticut, such as these Doosan natural gas-powered fuel cells, which will protect our environment while providing energy for residents and businesses throughout our state,” said Rep. Piscopo, a member of the legislature’s Environment Committee.
The natural gas-powered fuel cells were provided and installed by Doosan at no cost to the city, which expects to save $150,000 annually on power costs for the facility.
Pictured above from left: Alderman Chris D’Orso; Alderman George Noujaim; facility General Manager Dennis Cuevas; Director of Operations for the mayor’s administration Joseph Geary; Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn.; Rep. John Piscopo, R-Thomaston; Rep. Tom Delnicki, R-South Windsor; Michael Coskun, general manager for sales & business development for Doosan, and Chris Conway, membership director for the Waterbury Regional Chamber.