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First Hydrogen Fuel Cell System for the Home Being Produced

Krystal Planet produces a hydrogen powered energy system for the home. The Krystal Hydrogen System uses solar and wind power to produce hydrogen to power 100% of a typical energy efficient home. Enough hydrogen is supposedly produced to also power up to two vehicles. Initially costing around $150,000 for the system, sales are still few, but as the market gets bigger costs are expected to come down. Krystal Planet expects sales of 50 systems in 2006 and over 200 in 2007.

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