.. an electrochemical cell which captures the electrical energy of a chemical reaction between hydrogen and oxygen, in a reverse electrolysis, and converts it into electrical current, releasing water as exhaust.
In simple terms, a fuel cell uses hydrogen and oxygen (from the air) to produce energy, with heat and water produced as by-products. The electrochemical cell captures the electrical energy of the chemical reaction between hydrogen and oxygen and converts it into electrical current.
Fuel cells are combined to form a 'stack', in order to provide the levels of power output required for practical use.
The team at Auriga Energy has developed fuel cell systems incorporating our control and power management units, combined with our engineering experience, to produce high-efficiency systems for a number of product families.
With cheap and easily accessible oil coming to an end together with the realisation that gas supply will peak in just twenty years the need to find clean, alternative energy sources is becoming increasingly important.
Generating electricity from hydrogen is a clean, highly efficient, electro-chemical process, producing no emissions or toxic waste.
..an array of solar or photovoltaic cells, semiconductor devices that converts solar energy into usable electrical energy, using the photovoltaic effect.
Through our sister company, Auriga Solar, we aim to bring the benefits of solar photovoltaic power to the user to benefit from the micro-generation feed-in-tariff incentives