ClearEdge Power

  • Offers fuel cells for micro combined heat and power (m-CHP) rated at 5 kW of power and 20,000 BTU/hour of heat at 150 °F
  • Targeting high-end residential and commercial applications in California and Korea, and also planning to launch in New York in early 2011
  • Development of product offering ta...

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