Hydrogen & Fuel Cells

A fuel cell is an electro-chemical energy conversion device produces electricity without any combustion through the chemical reaction such as converting hydrogen and oxygen into water which finally generates electricity. Fuel cells can produce electricity continuously for as long as fuel and oxygen are supplied. Off-the-grid residence will be provided with full electric back-up by the Solar panels power an electrolyser, which makes hydrogen runs a ReliOn fuel cell. Electricity obtained from hydrogen fuel cells appears to be four times as expensive as electricity drawn from the electrical transmission grid because of the high energy losses [hydrogen] cannot compete with electricity.

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