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A fuel cell is an electrochemical cell that converts the potential energy from a fuel into electricity through an electrochemical reaction of hydrogen fuel with oxygen or another oxidizing agent. Fuel cells are different from batteries in requiring a continuous source of fuel and oxygen (usually from air) to sustain the chemical reaction, whereas in a battery the chemical energy comes from ...
Fuel Cell Basics. Through this website we are seeking historical materials relating to fuel cells. We have constructed the site to gather information from people already familiar with the technology–people such as inventors, researchers, manufacturers, electricians, and marketers.
The technology has the potential for improved utilization of carbon fuels, such as coal and biomass, because direct carbon fuel cells produce carbon dioxide without the mixture of other gases and ...
We are Ballard Power Systems. Zero-emission fuel cell electric vehicles will positively change the lives of the next generation. For the past 38 years, we have relentlessly developed and improved our technology.
Fuel cell technology offers clean, efﬁcient, reliable power generation to almost any device requiring electrical power. Fuel cells are used in a wide range of portable, stationary and transport applications, from battery chargers to home heating and power to cars.
A fuel cell is like a battery in that it generates electricity from an electrochemical reaction. Both batteries and fuel cells convert chemical potential energy into electrical energy and also, as a by-product of this process, into heat energy.
Learn how hydrogen fuel cell technology works, and how we put this innovative alternative fuel to use in the all new 2016 Toyota Mirai.
Bill Fay with the World Green Car award at the New York International Auto Show March 24, 2016. (Jim Motavalli photo) The H2Gurus have been commissioned by Toyota to produce editorially independent articles about topics related to hydrogen and fuel cell vehicles.
Fuel Cells. A fuel cell is an electrochemical devise that converts a fuel source into electricity. Fuel cells require a fuel source, but will perform for infinite periods of time if inflows are maintained.
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