Fuel Cells Energy
A fuel cell is an electrochemical device that combines hydrogen and oxygen to produce electricity and heat. Since fuel cells do not combust its fuel as many electrical generators they do not pollute. They can also supply enough electricity to sustain a building, so their initial capital costs can be recovered in low electricity bills. Solaya has already designed and installed 2MW of fuel cells at Cabela’s Sporting Goods in Connecticut and Windham Hospital in Massachusetts.
How does Fuel Cells Energy work?