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ClearEdge Power’s commitment and success continues in South Korea

South Windsor manufacturer ClearEdge Power has sold a fuel cell to a key financial center in Korea, the company announced Wednesday.

ClearEdge will install one of its PureCell Model 400 kilowatt units at the Busan International Finance Center’s Landmark Tower, in a deal with Samsung Everland.

This is ClearEdge’s first installation in the city of Busan and the fourth deal with Samsung Everland, which has installed 21 ClearEdge fuel cells throughout Korea.¬†Financial terms were not disclosed, but the US market leading company, has been a supporter of the fuel cell business in Asia for a long time, with some great references and proven technology, that will only increase as South Korea faces an acute power shortage in the peak periods with retiring base load plants, a phenomenal growing demand, uncertain nuclear contribution following the recent parts certification scandal, and arguably the world strongest government ¬†support mechanisms for fuel cells installation.

ClearEdge formerly was UTC Power, before the Oregon-based firm purchased the United Technologies Corp. subsidiary in February. The company now specializes in quality industrial-size 400-kilowatt fuel cells and resident and small business 5-kilowatt units. To find out more on their exciting product range please visit www.clearedgepower.com

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