Join our Editor in Chief, Michael Fuhs, as he discusses the latest power-to-gas technologies with Managing Editor Jonathan Gifford at Energy Storage Europe.
While green hydrogen may seem like a pipe dream to some, with competitive generation prices still years away, the industry remains undeterred, and companies continue to release remarkable new products with unique applications.
Proton Motor, for example, has produced a fuel cell that produces electricity and uses the excess heat that is generated. The technology is ideal for parts of the world with long, dark winters, as it keeps both the lights and the heat on at all times.
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