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Stationary uses

The electricity produced by the fuel cell running on hydrogen meets a variety of needs: power supply in an isolated region or emergency power supply for strategic sites.

Combined with a fuel cell, hydrogen is a vector of clean energy that makes it possible to produce electricity where it is needed, particularly in places that are cut off from the power grid.

Hydrogen can be used to produce clean and silent electricity for many uses, addressing an immediate need and offering a genuine benefit.

CLEAN, RELIABLE, AUTONOMOUS, EASY TO USE—THESE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE ADVANTAGES OF THE FUEL CELL.

Hydrogen enables the uninterrupted availability of electricity as a substitute for the traditional power grid. In the event of a problem with the power grid, hydrogen can help protect sensitive sites like hospitals or IT data centers.

It is already used to fuel many stationary facilities. For example, mobile telephone relay stations, which ensure network coverage for our cell phones, when they are physically out of the range of the network or the country where the power grid is inadequate or underdeveloped.

Hydrogen is also a transportable energy, since the electricity becomes available when and where it is needed. One example is the supply of electricity directly in the field during the intervention of firefighters or emergency medical care providers.

Pile à combustible pour alimentation de sites isolés
Hydrogen can be used to produce clean and silent electricity for many uses, addressing an immediate need and offering a genuine benefit.