A Technology’s Transformation
Fuel cell technology is elegant in its simplicity. An anode, a cathode, and an electrolyte allow positively charged hydrogen ions to move between the two sides of the cell, converting chemical energy into electricity. And the only bi-product is water.
Why, then, has this form of sustainable energy generation and storage not been widely adopted? What are some of the market barriers for developers to overcome? How far away is the technology from becoming mainstream? We asked Rami Reshef, CEO of GenCell, a manufacturer of hydrogen-based fuel cell power solutions, to shed light on the subject of technology adoption. In the course of his career, Rami has closely studied technology adoption and facilitated the transformation of early technologies to mature products. We found his insights on fuel cells illuminating.
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Fuel cell technology is elegant in its simplicity. An anode, a cathode, and an electrolyte allow positively