1st June 2016
Fuel cells are leading the transition to clean, safe energy with the following attributes: carbon dioxide neutral with renewable energy; efficiency; conserves existing stocks of fossil fuels; useful by-products including high quality heat; no pollution of atmosphere, soil or oceans; balancing intermittent supplies of solar and wind energy; recycling energy from landfill, agricultural and forestry waste; water conservation; and no extensive infrastructure required.
Fuel cells are operating reliably in many applications. If the real costs of fossil fuels are taken into account, fuel cells can already provide a cost effective alternative and there will be further cost reductions as production increases.
Fuel Cell Power Spring 2016 is now available to download.