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HomeGen 7000 Registration!

If you would like to register as a potential customer for the GE MicroGen HomeGen 7000, please fill out the form below. Your information will be available to the HomeGen distributor in your region. Your distributor may contact you when the commercial product becomes available in late 2001.

Please check this box if you wish to receive mailings or e-mail notices.
Contact Information:
E-mail: *
First Name: *
Last Name: *
Address Line 1: *
Address Line 2:
Address Line 3:
City: *
State: * ZIP: * --
Country: *

Tell us about your home:
Type of Home: *
Size of home in square feet: *
Do you rent or own?: *
Number of adults: *
Number of teenagers: *
Number of young children: *
Household Income:

Check all those that you have in your home:
Electric space heater Electric portable space heater Electric central air conditioner
Electric room air conditioner Electric hot water heater Electric heat pump
Electric stove top Electric oven Electric clothes dryer
Washing machine Dish washer Microwave
Personal computer Electric pool/hot tub heater Pool pump
Gas or diesel generator Dehumidifier

Tell us about the energy your home uses.
(Having your latest electric bill and gas bill handy makes this faster.)
Looking at your last electric bill:
Who is your electric distribution company?
How many kWh do you use per billing period?
For how many weeks of service was the bill?
If other, please specify:
On what month did the billing period begin?
Which fuel do you use most?
Who is your gas distributor?
How did you learn about the HomeGen 7000? *
If other, please specify:

Tell us about your preferences:
What is the primary reason you are interested in using a HomeGen 7000?
If a later HomeGen model could make heat and hot water in addition to electricity, how would your interest in the product change?

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