Alkaline Fuel Cell Power Is Developing Commercially Available Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Hydrogen could be the fuel of the future. Clean hydrogen is expected to fill nearly a quarter of the global energy demand by the year 2050, and its global market size is already valued at USD 120 billion. By 2050, the total investments in renewable hydrogen in Europe are expected to be between €180 and 470 billion, and the low-carbon fossil-based hydrogen investments in the range of €3-18 billion.

In Europe, clean energy has become a significant cause for concern with the legislation and capital providers putting pressure on the government to take action. Other parts of the world are likely to follow the same steps soon enough. The currently available technology is unlikely to meet market needs for clean energy, the demand for zero-emission technologies is currently surpassing supply.

Currently available hydrogen fuel cell energy storage options are much too expensive for use in residential applications. However, Alkaline Fuel Cell Power” aims to change that with fuel cells using alkaline fuel cell technology designed with lower material prices than those of other manufacturers. Made specifically for the small power sectors and the consumer market, Alkaline Fuel Cell Power’s fuel cells aim to fill the growing demand for sustainable clean energy among consumers.

Alkaline Fuel Cell Power uses alkaline fuel cell technology to create hydrogen-powered micro-CHP systems, which are tiny power plants that produce electricity and heat in equal amounts for a variety of possible applications. Hydrogen fuel cells like the ones developed by Alkaline Fuel Cell Power do not require combustion, are practically silent, do not vibrate, and produce only clean water as a by-product.

High-volume production is possible because of the cutting-edge fuel cell manufacturing technologies. Alkaline Fuel Cell Power is currently working on the first full 4kW system in a laboratory setting, and is expecting to make them commercially accessible in 2024.