The European commission and most of the governments of the EU, including that of the UK, are committed to an eventual hydrogen economy.
Fuel cells convert hydrogen and oxygen into electricity, heat and water. They do this quietly and efficiently and as the only by-product is hot water, they generate power without pollution.
As Hydrogen is not always readily available or cost effective, most fuel cells for Combined Heat & Power or Power Generation are designed to run on a variety of fuels such as fossil fuels, hydrocarbons, bio-fuels or digester gases.
The fuel is reformed within the fuel cell package to generate the required hydrogen stream.
In addition fuel cells are more reliable than mechanical plant and can provide an availability better than 95%.
Logan Energy is better placed than anyone to assist companies in Europe towards that goal, by harnessing the technology in its present state of development and marry the solutions to available funding opportunities.