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ENERGY WHITE PAPER: Keeping the lights on in the cheapest, cleanest way
29 Jul 2011 -
As the electricity supply industry changes from burning fossil fuels to new low carbon generation, there is a great opportunity to utilize combined heat and power, which is the cleanest, most efficient form of energy generation
White Paper: ENERFUEL HIGH TEMPERATURE FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGY
10 Feb 2011 -
EnerFuel is a leader in high temperature PEM (HT-PEM) fuel cell stack and system technology. EnerFuel’s present technology is a result of R&D activities that started in 2006. The EnerFuel stack design is
Electric Vehicle Range Extension Using a High Temperature PEM Fuel Cell
28 May 2010 -
Vehicle electrification is all the rage. On March 2009, President Obama pledged to have 1 million plug-in hybrid electric vehicles on US roads by 2015. Through the Recovery Act and other grants
A fully-boiled solution with fuel cell systems: How it operates for breweries & distilleries.
The brewing and distilling industries are among the most prolific users of energy.To make beer or spirits you need plenty of heat.Modern and efficient drinks companies also require green energy solutions to cut their costs and their carbon footprint
The business logic of fuel cell technology: How it adds up for universities, colleges & schools.
The worldwide growth in education remains a driver for modern economies, so the need for more universities, colleges and schools is set to grow. There are many regeneration and refurbishment projects for colleges and schools.A key challenge for this
Successful operations with fuel cell systems: How it works for hospitals, laboratories & healthcare centres.
There are rigorous daily energy demands in any modern hospital or laboratory. Essential to this is a constant supply of electricity for critical systems and copious amounts of energy for heating and cooling
Fit for purpose - a hydrogen fuel cell system: How it works for leisure centre/shoppingmalls/retail & hotels
Joined-up thinking starts at the planning stage of any project and for those contemplating building a complex involving leisure or sports centres, shopping malls and hotels, the question of what kind of secure, green energy requirements must be on the list from the start
Getting properly connected with fuel cell technology: How it operates for the telecoms industry.
The telecoms mast is now an everyday feature of our landscape. But it requires a constant and reliable supply of electrical energy to ensure that it operates effectively, wherever it may be
The towering proposition of fuel cell systems: How it works for skyscrapers, commercial buildings & office blocks.
Developers,Architects and Engineers are always searching for better ways of delivering new buildings. Now,more than ever, when funding is tight and environmental needs are imperative, informed choices need to be made at the earliest stages
A winning strategy with fuel cell systems: How it works for the armed forces & security services.
The ability to change direction and be self sufficient in any situation or location is a given expectation for any military or security forces
The beauty of hydrogen fuel cell technology: How it works for data centres & call centres
The data centre is at the heart of the increasing demands of the internet and network computing. It’s a hot environment
For those who are devoted to the sea and the lakes, but who can’t stand the noise of a gasoline engine, the penetrating smell of petrol, or the polluting rainbow of engine oil on the surface of the water, here are some great applications for our fuel cell power generator
A metal oxide alternative to carbon as catalyst support in low-temperature fuel cells
07 Jan 2010 -
Following the general trend observed in the low-temperature fuel cell research to replace Pt/C catalysts by less costly and more durable compounds, as already exemplified in Pragma’s September Science Note
Standardization in SOFC Testing
The fuel industry has begun to pursue standardization of testing methods to enable comparison of results among participants: within laboratories, among different institutions, and perhaps most importantly, between supplier and customer
Which SOFC Test System is Right for You?
This brief addresses the strengths of the three SOFC test systems offered by fuelcellmaterials.com in order to guide you in your purchase decision
In Situ Real Time Humidity Sensors
Download a copy of the HS-1000 article originally printed in Fuel Cell Magazine.The Director of Engineering at ViaSpace explains the operating principles and the high quality of measurements you get from the HS-1000.
Tailoring of Cerias to Meet Customer Needs
Originally published in Ceramic Industry Magazine, this article demonstrates how ceria materials can be modified to meet particular performance and processing requirements. fuelcellmaterials.com prides
Tailoring Materials and Components: Cathode for Low Temperature Processing
In the race to commercialize fuel cells, attempting to fit standard products to your highly designed processing methods costs money and can delay product development
Technology: Generation Technology
Hydrogen can be used to generate electricity via a fuel cell or a conventional petrol generator, suitably modified
The membrane is the heart of fuel cell and electrolyser stacks
Applications: Hydrogen Energy Systems
Once produced, Hydrogen can be stored indefinitely for use when required. The reconversion of this stored energy to electricity and/or heat may be undertaken by many devices, demonstrating the versatility of hydrogen
FCM writes for COSPP: On-site fuel cell power solutions government incentives can drive installation
04 Sep 2008 -
Fuel cell technology has long held great promise for the on-site power industry. While fuel cell cars and domestic boiler replacements are still a few years away from the market, 200 kW to 2.4 MW stationary
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