September 29, 2010
Adobe HQ installs fuel cells
Adobe keeps taking steps to make its San José headquarters more energy efficient. Following the installation of toddler-delighting windmills earlier in the year, the company has installed a set of fuel cells:
Adobe’s ‘Bloom boxes’ are expected to generate approximately 30 percent of the energy required to power the three San Jose headquarters towers. Using the fuel cells, Adobe expects to reduce its carbon footprint by approximately 121.5 million pounds over 10 years, which is equivalent to taking 1,810 compact cars off the road annually.
Cool. Here’s the full press release.