Stationary power can be divided into three areas: primary, peak and backup power. Primary power being where the fuel cell runs your site independently or connected to the grid. Peak power helps you compensate for lack of power at times of high demand. And backup power is where the fuel cell system steps in to keep your operation going when there is a power failure.
When you want to be more self-sufficient, to secure electricity access or simply work in places where there is no grid, you need your own power source. It could be you want to decrease your grid dependency, lower grid costs or to set up temporary operations at an inaccessible spot.
At times when the energy demand on the grid peaks you will want to ensure that you have access to the power you need. A hydrogen fuel cell can either eliminate or compliment other energy sources, such as batteries, to do the job. As a bonus, it will cut costs when energy prices rise as the demand increases.
With the rise of digitization, backup power has become increasingly important. It has been customary to use diesel generators that start up when there is a power failure. A hydrogen fuel cell can be always online, which makes it more dependable and your power supply system more robust.
For 25 years, PowerCell has developed fuel cells for the very demanding automotive industry. We believe that our technology is the foremost among the world’s top suppliers. Today our experience stretches over many fields of operation and we have systems developed for marine applications, as well as off-road and stationary power. It is scalable from kW to MW, fuel efficient and high performing at low cost. We pride ourselves for working close to our clients, forming relevant partnerships and delivering a value-adding, complete solution.
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