Source Carolyn Allen, California Green Solutions Date Thursday the 4th, March 2010
RANCHO MIRAGE — Its address — 47 Ambassador Circle — fits the title.
A new $2.3 million home in Artisan by Quinn Enterprises Inc. and Behr Development LLC is being showcased as the first in the United States to be powered by a fuel cell energy system, making it the veritable ambassador in revolutionary, green technology.
Source ABC Channel 10 News, San Diego, California Date Monday the 1st, March 2010
Fuel Cell technology, in education and in action, was recently featured on the evening news for San Diego ABC affiliate Channel 10. Bill Sproull, Senior Vice President of New Business Development at ClearEdge Power, is interviewed just before taking the stage a workshop on Fuel Cell technology, hosted by the California Center for Sustainable Energy. Fuel Cells are already powering some local San Diego businesses, including the Sheraton Harbor Island Hotel & Marina. The Sheraton produces 70% of its power onsite with the fuel cell system installed onsite 5 years ago.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congressman David Wu joined Oregon clean energy leaders today to discuss the benefits that locally produced combined heat and power fuel cells are providing to our region’s economy.
Hillsboro’s Ronler Acres Fire Station is using a fuel cell manufactured less than a half mile away by ClearEdge Power to simultaneously reduce carbon emissions and operating costs, saving taxpayers money and helping protect our environment.
Source By Bill Oram, The Oregonian Date Monday the 8th, February 2010
PORTLAND, OR – Rep. David Wu spent today touting fuel cell technology in Hillsboro.
He spoke at the Ronler Acres Fire Station, where fuel cells are used to reduce carbon emissions and costs. Wu, who recently introduced a bill in Congress that would increase the tax break for people who use fuel cells in their homes, was joined by leaders from ClearEdge Power, Bonneville Power Administration and the Hillsboro Fire Department.