Hydrogen is the simplest and most abundant element in the universe. It is a major component of water, oil, natural gas, and all living matter. Despite its simplicity and abundance, hydrogen rarely occurs naturally as a gas on Earth. It is almost always combined with other elements. It can be generated from oil, natural gas, and biomass or by splitting water using renewable solar or electrical energy.
Once hydrogen is produced as molecular hydrogen, the energy present within the molecule can be released, by reacting with oxygen to produce water. This can be achieved by either traditional internal combustion engines, or by devices called fuel cells. In a fuel cell, hydrogen energy is converted directly into electricity with high efficiency and low power losses.
Sustainable Fuel Cell Solutions for an Electrified World
Benefits Over Incumbent Power Solutions
Your organisation's existing power solutions can be greatly improved with fuel cell technology:
Lower operational costs
Scalable, zero-emission backup power serving the insatiable global need for data storage.
Sustainable backup power adding to the energy security of today's grid-tied or islander microgrids.
Superior reliability for critical communication networks where uptime is profit and a phone call can be life-savings.
Site Hardening for mission-critical communications.
Protecting selected facilities, such as CT, MRI and surgery rooms power.
Increasing reliability and runtime for substation control (SCADA) and communications network (utility telecom) - the keys to maintaining control of the electrical grid.