Articles & Whitepapers
What is a Fuel Cell? Fuel cells generate electricity through an electrochemical reaction rather than combustion. Inside a fuel cell, hydrogen and oxygen are combined to generate heat, water and electricity. They represent a clean, efficient, dependable, and quiet source of power that does not need to be recharged, but can continue to produce electricity as long as fuel is ...
Many waste items provide important value before being tossed into a bin. Discarded plastic products, for example, originally serve as packaging to keep school lunches fresh, lightweight bottles for ...
HyEkoTank: Start of new Horizon Europe project Hydrogen PEM fuel cell system retrofit to make marine transport more ECO-friendly
Eight project partners from three European countries (Norway, Sweden and Netherlands) got together in Lysaker, Norway, to launch the HyEkoTank project and discuss the procedures that the consortium will follow during its implementation period as ...
Equipment & Solutions
1. Electrode Support Material 2. Flow Field Plate 3. Catalyst Layer Support