Fossil-free electricity from fuel cells

Imagine that water is the solution to the energy needs of the earth! Your home's power supply is free and can be produced locally. In addition, eat your vehicle's fuel for free and you add the energy you need nearby, or maybe even where you live.

Hydrogen is also an energy carrier just like electricity. This means that hydrogen is not a primary energy source, but can be used to store, transport and provide energy. The flexibility is great because hydrogen can be produced from all types of energy sources. Hydrogen can be used as energy in fuel cells.

A fuel cell is an energy converter that can be used efficiently to convert the chemical energy of hydrogen into electricity and heat. The residual product is pure water, H2O, when oxygen from the air is used. Fuel cells can replace internal combustion engines in vehicles where they drive electric motors and also be used for energy supply to houses. They can also be used in smaller devices such as mobile phones, computers or power supplies for leisure boats. In both portable and desktop applications, there is technology that is commercially available. (source: Vätgas Sverige)

Within 30 years, fuel cell technology will account for at least 25% of Europe's energy supply.

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This is how the fuel cell works

To be able to use hydrogen as fuel, electricity or heat, an energy converter is needed. A fuel cell is just such and can be used in an efficient way to convert the chemical energy of hydrogen into electricity. This is how it works.

A fuel cell has one anode side and one cathode side which is separated by a membrane. The membrane admits only protons to pass.
On the anode side, a catalyst divides hydrogen atoms in protoner and electrons. The electrons cannot pass the membrane but are led to an external circuit where they generate electricity. The protons pass through the membrane. On the cathode side, the electrons and protons join and connect to oxygen (O2) from the air. The reaction gives Water (H2O).

A fuel cell produces about 0.7 volts. To get a higher voltage, many separate fuel cells are combined in one "stack".

The total chemical reaction in a fuel cell is written: 2H2 + O2 → 2 H2O

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Examples of areas of use

The fuel cell technology is the only 100% fossil-free energy technology where the energy can be used for, for example, vehicle operation or house heating. By using hydrogen together with fuel cell technology, you get exhaust-free cars and buses where clean water is the only emission. Today, the technology is used worldwide to store solar and wind power, make homes self-sufficient in energy and for vehicles completely free from harmful emissions.

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Stationary solutions

Smart housing with self-produced energy that is produced locally via co-owned energy production in the area or directly at your own home. Modern technology makes your everyday life easier than ever and you take control of your costs yourself.

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Mobile solutions

All major car manufacturers are preparing to switch to fuel cell technology, which according to the expertise will be the largest future technology in all mobility. We already have both fuel production and several alternatives to vehicles ready for delivery.

Fossil-free electricity from fuel cells

Imagine that water is the solution to the energy needs of the earth! Your home's power supply is free and can be produced locally. In addition, your vehicle's fuel is also free and you add the energy you need nearby, or maybe even where you live.

Hydrogen is also an energy carrier just like electricity. This means that hydrogen is not a primary energy source, but can be used to store, transport and provide energy. The flexibility is great because hydrogen can be produced from all types of energy sources. Hydrogen can be used as energy in fuel cells. A fuel cell is an energy converter that can be used efficiently to convert the chemical energy of hydrogen into electricity and heat. The residual product is pure water, H2O, when oxygen from the air is used. Fuel cells can replace internal combustion engines in vehicles where they drive electric motors and also be used for energy supply to houses. They can also be used in smaller devices such as mobile phones, computers or power supplies for leisure boats. In both portable and desktop applications, there is technology that is commercially available. (source: Vätgas Sverige)

Within 30 years, fuel cell technology will account for at least 25% of Europe's energy supply.

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This is how the fuel cell works

To be able to use hydrogen as fuel, electricity or heat, an energy converter is needed. A fuel cell is just such and can be used in an efficient way to convert the chemical energy of hydrogen into electricity. This is how it works.

A fuel cell has one anode side and one cathode side which is separated by a membrane. The membrane admits only protones to pass.
On the anode side, a catalyst divides hydrogen atoms in protones and electrones. The electrons cannot pass the membrane but are led to an external circuit where they generate electricity. The protons pass through the membrane. On the cathode side, the electrons and protons join and connect to oxygen (O2) from the air. The reaction gives water (H2O).

A fuel cell produces about 0.7 volts. To get a higher voltage, many separate fuel cells are combined in one "stack".

The total chemical reaction in a fuel cell is written: 2H2 + O2 → 2 H2O

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Stationary solutions

Smart housing with self-produced energy that is produced locally via co-owned energy production in the area or directly at your own home. Modern technology makes your everyday life easier than ever and you take control of your costs yourself.

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Mobile solutions

All major car manufacturers are preparing to switch to fuel cell technology, which according to the expertise will be the largest future technology in all mobility. We already have both fuel production and several alternatives to vehicles ready for delivery.

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