Fuel Cell System

Fuel Cell Hybrid

Fuel cells are energy conversion devices that can efficiently capture and use the energy-carrying capacity of hydrogen to power nearly every end-use energy need. Energy uses include portable devices, transportation vehicles, and stationary power stations, such as those used for the telecommunications industry. Fuel cells are more effective than batteries for backup power because they last longer and are more predictable. Even though batteries have a five year life expectancy, their capacity diminishes with time, and they can be ruined if their charge is drawn too often. Fuel cells, however, can operate for ten years or more with undiminished power quality and quantity. Compared with generators, fuels cells are cleaner, quieter, pollute less, and require little on site maintenance.

Saving up to
70% in Operating Costs
and up to
50% in CO〗_2 emissions

q High availability and reliability

q High capacity energy storage

q No fuel cost – minimal OPEX

q Low maintenance

q Individual dimensioning of energy storage and power

q Integrated cutting-edge remote management and control

Fuel cell system

q Fuel cell (2.5 or 5 kW)

q Electrolyzer (500sl/h, 35 bar)

q H_2 and H_2 O tank

q Power Module

 Fuel Cell Controller

 Fuel cell