But a potentially even larger market for FuelCell could come from landfill gas. In late February, the company got a contract in western Canada to build a fuel-cell power plant in proximity to a source of cleaned landfill gas. Although the partner involved in the Canadian project isn't very large, U.S. companies Waste Management (NYSE: WM ) and Covanta (NYSE: CVA ) have both ramped up their waste-to-renewable-energy presence. Although some of that gas will likely get used in fueling waste-collection trucks, engaging FuelCell Energy to make better use of whatever gas isn't needed for internal use could prove to be an easier solution than building infrastructure to transport the gas elsewhere.
this may be the first time I read in one breath....Waste Management and FCEL