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|Wednesday, June 09, 2010|
Hillsboro-based ClearEdge Power has made a $40 million deal with a Korean distributor to sell 800 of its fuel sells in the country, in the company's first major geographic expansion.
ClearEdge produces a joint power and heating device that is designed for use in residences and businesses larger than 4,000 square feet.
Read more at Sustainable Business Oregon.
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