EnergyCentral: The Role of Hydrogen Fuel Cells in Distributed Energy Systems
Alkaline fuel cells extracting hydrogen to generate long-duration backup power to sustain mission critical assets can play a significant role in Distributed Energy Resource (DER) topology, meeting two key objectives in parallel – on the one hand, fuel cells supply independent power for as long as the grid is not available; on the other hand, the stored energy in the fuel cell can instantly deliver power to the grid to support peak power demands.
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