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http://www.climate-energy.com/

Click this link to see the 50 second info blurb about it:

http://www.climate-energy.com/freewattin50.asp

Basically, its a small generator you get installed into your house, right next to your furnace. It'll run off of propane or natural gas and provide electricity and heat to your house. And during the coldest months of winter your furnace will still kick on to provide the remaining heat needed for the house. Cuts costs down and uses all residual or 'wasted heat/energy' so nothing is wasted. I would love my next house to have one of these, but they're currently selling for $10,000 to $15,000 a unit. x_x

Imagine being off the electric grid tho. If you live out in the boondocks, all you need is your propane tank or natural gas and you won't have to worry about electric outages.


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Imagining I live in the boondocks again... Eh... No Cable Internet makes me go something something... Well a lot more often anyway...

But if I could easily afford to get off the power grid I most likley would.


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