Publish Date: 19.09.2022

Category: News from the University

Hydrogen proton exchange membrane fuel cells are devices that enble direct conversion of chemically bound energy that is released during the reaction between hydrogen and oxygen into electrical energy with the water being the only side product of the process. Due to nontoxicity of the emissions, hydrogen fuel cells are considered to be one of the key technologies for achieving goals set in the scope of European Green Deal, especially for long haul and heavy-duty applications. Additionally, they also present an integral part of grid stabilization systems in power grids of the future.

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