Electrical energy production systems

Fuel cells generate less pollution compared to fossil fuel production and are considered an ecological source of energy.

Fuel Cells

A fuel cell is a device that converts the chemical energy of a fuel into electrical energy and heat without using thermal cycles. Its operation is similar to an electrochemical battery.

Normal batteries convert the chemical energy of the materials making up the electrodes themselves, whilst fuel cells are continually powered by gas and so the life of a fuel cell is, in theory, unlimited, which is to say that it will continue to operate as long as gas is supplied to the electrodes.

H2-Power┬áspecialises in fuel cell solutions, ideal for keeping batteries – used for surveillance, road signs and construction site signs, telecommunications, weather stations, seismic, geodetic, and geological stations, data collectors, and remote homes – fully charged in a reliable way.

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