Fuel cells turn H2 into power and heat

Fuel cells generate water again from H2 and O2 in a controlled manner, converting the released energy into electricity and heat. As with hydrolysis, alkaline liquids or solid membranes can be used as electrolytes.

Solid polymer membranes are currently the most common technology for stationary use with hydrogen. Our partner Proton-Motor already has a long experience in this field and is able to supply ready-made modules with maximum outputs of 21 to 213 kW. This means that a very broad power spectrum can be covered for medium-sized industry.

The modular design of the PM racks and their accommodation in standard containers enables good adaptation to the power requirements and requires only minimal construction work.