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This portal page aggregates news, information, companies, products, services and business opportunities relevant to stationary fuel cell power applications.

There are a number of companies developing fuel cells for stationary applications worldwide and there are a number of opportunities to become part of the supply chain for these systems including:

Advantages of Fuel Cells for Stationary Applications

  • Operating temperatures enable combined heat (or cooling) and power cogeneration - the heat is of a useful temperature and is produced as a by-product (fuel cells operate between 50 - 900C)
  • Distributed generation - energy is generated at the point of use yielding greater overall efficiency and lower emissions than traditional grid infrastructure
  • Fuel diversity - existing pipeline fuels can be used as well as biogas and waste streams, including:
    • Natural Gas
    • Biogas
    • Syngas
    • Hydrogen
  • Fuel cells offer the potential for considerable long term cost savings (high CAPEX, low COPEX)
  • Very low emissions, vibrations and noise
    • Zero or very low CO2, NOx, SOx and particulates
  • High efficiency - consistent across partial and full loads
  • Renewable Energy Storage - combining fuel cells, electrolysers and hydrogen storage can produce a completely renewable energy system
  • Location diversity - in backup power applications fuel cells can reduce the footprint when compared to batteries (for a similar autonomy) and when considering larger stationary installations, fuel cells can be installed almost anywhere (built up urban environments)

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