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It is so tiny and the exhaust temp is only 70C.
I wonder how much fuel it used and how much electricity it makes.
If we where to run the exhaust thru some water we could also get some heat from it too.
And also lastly the price.
 
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It's an R&D project. I suspect a shipping price will be "unaffordable." Every high tech cool idea is, it seems.
 
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