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October 21, 2009
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Fuel Cell Power for Your Home
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You've often heard it said that with great power comes great responsibility.

It also comes with oversize electric bills—for some reason, that part was always left out.

If only there were a way to get your energy for less, and (hey, why not) do a little something for the environment, too.

Spoiler alert: there is one now.

It's called the ClearEdge5, a new home energy unit powered by fuel cell technology, available in California now.

Long story short, the unit—a handsome piece of equipment—employs the same technology that's been used for everything from hospitals to space shuttles. Which means it can probably keep your humble abode humming, no matter how many cell phones you charge while simultaneously running the TV, your AC, a microwave and two toasters. (You can never be too sure with heated bread.)

Better yet, it can save you money. Firstly, by being more efficient—you can expect to lower your utility bills by up to 50 percent. (Calculate your precise savings here.) Secondly, you'll qualify for federal and CA state tax credits, thereby keeping more money in your pocket, at least until you spend it.

And if you want to get that feel-good feeling from actually doing good, you should know that it'll cut down your carbon emissions by more than a third. And, as they like to say, unlike solar, the ClearEdge5 never sleeps.

It's nice to have something in common with your power source.
ClearEdge5, to find out more on how you can start saving now, click here
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