H2 View dives into hydrogen power with Taylor-Wharton and GenCell Energy
It is hugely important that hydrogen fuel cells are implemented into back-up generators due to their efficiency in creating green, reliable power as opposed to more traditional diesel variants, GenCell Energy’s Chief of Business Development Gil Shavit told a H2 View webinar today (August 13).
“We deploy back-up power for applications traditionally run by diesel generators. We have substituted them by using fuel cells which generate electricity by combining hydrogen and oxygen from the air to become a source of very stable backup electricity,” Shavit told the nearly 150 webinar attendees.
“We have made a huge emphasis on durability. We can go for hours and days with a high level of reliability due to the generator having no moving parts and less chance for malfunctions.”
Following the conversation on hydrogen fuel cells and liquid ammonia, the webinar’s next speaker was Eric Rottier, Chairman and CEO of Taylor-Wharton. Rottier discussed the potential of hydrogen within the mobility market and the significant amount of investment needed to support the implementation of hydrogen vehicles on US roads. Said Rottier, “We expect just tremendous growth going forward for hydrogen and mobility.”
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