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California has always been leader in the field of implementing renewable energy technologies. Fuel cell is a cleaner and more efficient alternative to traditional cogeneration technologies. In California, three fuel cell power generation facilities are constructed with the aid of funding
programs like California Self Generation Incentive Program (SGIP). These facilities are being operated successfully at City of Tulare (Tulare), Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD), and Turlock Irrigation District (TID) wastewater treatment facilities. Successful implementation of these
fuel cell facilities provides valuable lessons for future installations as presented in this paper.
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