Hydrogen Power

By: Alberfield Pty Ltd  12-Nov-2015
Keywords: Sustainability, Gas, Electricity

In an exciting partnership with Hydrogenics and CoverTel Power, Alberfield brings the efficiency and sustainability of hydrogen power systems to WA. As the world looks to reduce dependence on power generation using petroleum derived fuels, hydrogen gas is fast developing into an efficient and sustainable option. Hydrogen Power Systems use hydrogen gas as a fuel source and a proton exchange membrane to create a direct current power supply. A fuel cell is an electro-chemical conversion device that produces DC electricity, water and heat using hydrogen as fuel and oxygen in the air. Because chemical energy is converted directly to electrical energy, hydrogen fuel cells are highly efficient. Hydrogen power systems put the electrolyser and the fuel cell together to create power systems that generate their own fuel to create a regular source of electrical power. Whatever your Hydrogen needs, we can design the system with you, supplying the product only or carrying out the design, construction and project management as required. For more information, visit our website at: http://www.alberfield.com.au/hydrogen-power/

Keywords: Alberfield, Alternative, Covertel, Efficiency, Efficient, Electricity, Energy, Europe, Gas, Hydrogen, Hydrogenics, Power, Renewable, Solar Energy Systems, Solar Panels, Sustainability, Sustainable, Wind, Zeus,

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