New Home Appliance Ready to Create Clean, Green, Renewable Energy By Burning Virtually Anything

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Cutting-edge biotechnology designed to drastically reduce or eliminate utility bills has led to the creation of a home appliance capable of producing heat, air conditioning and electricity.

Cutting-edge biotechnology designed to drastically reduce or eliminate utility bills has led to the creation of a home appliance capable of producing heat, air conditioning and electricity. The engineering and alternative energy expertise behind the project has at least one federal government official believing this is not some wild-eye idea, and one that deserves a close look (go to http://www.powerplantworld.com).

The approximate size of a high efficiency gas furnace, the home power plant can be installed to work along side an existing furnace or can be used as a stand-alone unit. Operating on various bio-fuels such as corn, wood pellets, switch grass pellets, soybeans and other renewable fuels, the appliance will burn virtually anything, burning it down to an environmentally acceptable ash.

At least 100 prototypes of the power plant are being installed in homes in time for the winter heating season. Additional production units will be ready for purchase nationwide beginning in early 2008. News on the power plant website describes how to obtain a unit, and offers details on a limited-time cash incentive prototype program that rewards homeowners who are among the first to sign up for the technology.

The developers of the technology feel that providing a cost-effective solution for a cleaner environment and a stable supply of energy that keeps America economy running is good for everyone.

Power Plant World is an information clearing house dedicated to helping educate and inform its readers on technological breakthroughs that will enable Americans to live their lives less dependent on foreign oil, while becoming better stewards of the environment.

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