Fuel Cells News

Hydrogen fuel cells are electrochemical devices used to convert the chemical energy of hydrogen into electrical energy, releasing heat in the process while producing water as the only by-product of the electrochemical reactions. There are several types of hydrogen fuel cells, including alkaline, proton exchange membrane (PEM), phosphoric acid, and solid oxide fuel cells. These technologies differ in numerous ways, most notably in the component materials used to support the electrochemical process. In this section you can find news items related to various aspects of fuel cell technologies. If you would like to see your news release published here and in our email newsletter, please feel free to contact Matjaž Matošec.

Plug and Play

Plug and Play launches H2 Startup Accelerator program

Plug and Play Tech Center has announced a new initiative focused on hydrogen by launching the H2 Startup Accelerator program. The program aims to connect hydrogen startups from all over the world with corporate partners and other stakeholders to pilot and roll out their technologies.

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Fraunhofer Reference-factory.H2

Fraunhofer unveils Reference-factory.H2 concept

In a bid to contribute to the economically viable production of electrolyzers and fuel cells, Fraunhofer IWU has designed Reference-factory.H2. The concept provides both a design for guidance and a modular system based on new and specifically optimized technologies.

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