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Demand drives Bloom Energy hiring boom in Del.

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NEWARK – When the fuel cell company Bloom Energy first opened its assembly plant on the University of Delaware’s STAR Campus a decade ago, officials touted a potential employment of 900 people. In the end, the San Jose-based company missed its grant-backed deadline of 2017 to meet that lofty goal, but in the last year

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