FUEL CELL POWER FOR HUMANITY

The GenCell A5 power solution unleashes the power of fuel cells by using an inexpensive and easily accessible liquid fuel-ammonia—to provide emission-free, reliable energy for clean and silent back-up or off-grid power.

What is a FUEL CELL

First invented in 1839 by William Grove, a fuel cell is an electrochemical energy conversion device that produces electricity by combining hydrogen and oxygen into water. Like batteries, fuel cells convert potential chemical energy into electrical energy and generate heat as a by-product. While chemical energy is stored inside batteries, fuel cells can continuously generate electricity as long as they are supplied with fuel (hydrogen) and an oxygen supply.

PROVEN IN SPACE, AFFORDABLE ON EARTH

Hydrogen is the lightest and most abundant element in the universe and is considered the most environmentally friendly fuel. Nearly 65 million metric tons of hydrogen are produced every year worldwide using a variety of methods, including steam reformation of natural gas, the fermentation of biogas and electrolysis using solar power.