Data Center Knowledge is reporting that Fujitsu recently expanded its data center in Sunnyvale, CA, from 13,000 sq ft to more than 32,000 sq ft.

In 2007, Fujitsu America, Inc. dedicated a hydrogen fuel cell on its Sunnyvale campus, and is the first Silicon Valley company to install hydrogen fuel cell power. According to the company, the fuel cell provides clean, efficient power for the campus data center and other operations, significantly reducing carbon dioxide (CO 2) emissions. The hydrogen fuel cell provides 50 percent of the power needed to cool the Fujitsu Sunnyvale campus data center and labs, reducing the amount of fossil fuel that must be burned to maintain operations and easing pressure on the local power grid.