ClearEdge lands $40 million deal for fuel cells in Korea, how does it compare?

ClearEdge Power signed a three-year contract to provide 800 natural gas reforming fuel cells to the South Korean company LS Industrial Systems. The deal has been valued at more than $40 million and the product is the ClearEdge5, a 5 kW fuel cell that runs off of natural gas for residential combined ...

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