For a company that owns power plants and sells electricity, it may sound strange to hear Reliant President Elizabeth Killinger talk about personal empowerment that cuts ties to the electric grid.
Whether it’s the portable solar-powered Nomad 7 or a home appliance that generates electricity from natural gas, this is the way of the future, Killinger said.
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