Hydrogen Fuel Cells

A fuel cell is a device that generates electricity through an electrochemical reaction - no combustion is involved. In a fuel cell hydrogen and oxygen are combined to produce electricity, heat and water.

Fuel cells are used today in a wide range of applications, from moving a variety of vehicles, such as cars, buses, trucks, forklifts, motorbikes and UAVs to providing clean power for businesses, homes and off-grid and remote applications.

Hydrogen - the zero emission fuel

Hydrogen is an energy carrier similar to electricity and is able provide fuel for transport, power generation and a wide range of other applications and to store energy from renewables.

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Hydrogen fuel cells

Hydrogen fuel cells generate clean, quiet, efficient power with zero emissions for a wide range of applications.

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