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Doosan Corporation’s new U.S. subsidiary to employ hundreds as it establishes headquarters in Connecticut
The new subsidiary, situated in South Windsor, just outside of Hartford, will focus primarily on the 400-kilowatt stationary fuel cell offerings that ClearEdge Power acquired from UTC Power in spring 2013. Chung will drive the Doosan fuel cell operations in the U.S. and Korea from the Connecticut facility.
PureCell® fuel cell system provides clean, critical and secure energy solution for First National Bank of Omaha
Sunnyvale, Calif, (November 21, 2013) – ClearEdge Power, a manufacturer of scalable, distributed power systems, today announced that First National Bank of Omaha has purchased a PureCell® Model 400 fuel cell system for …
|Hartford Business Journal|
August 6, 2014
Doosan Corp., the South Korean conglomerate that bought ClearEdge Power out of bankruptcy in July, said in an announcement Wednesday that it intends to keep the fuel cell manufacturer's operations in South Windsor, and hire hundreds of workers.
August 6, 2014
The South Korean company that bought fuel cell operations from the bankrupt ClearEdge Power said it plans to make South Windsor its headquarters and hire more than a hundred workers by the end of next year.
Doosan Fuel Cell America representatives may be attending an event in your area! We would love to meet with you and discuss how our efficient fuel cell products can help you reduce your energy costs, meet your sustainability objectives and provide clean, reliable power for your operations. Here's where you will find us in the coming months: