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For Planet Blue.

Clean energy for the 21st century

 

The energy contained in hydrogen is three times higher than that contained in all fossil fuels like timber, coal or oil representing an ideal source of energy. Inside a fuel cell, hydrogen and oxygen combine, being separated by a proton-conducting gas-blocking membrane producing power and water.

The fuel cell represents the optimal method of converting chemical energy in electrochemical processes immediately into power and heat. The wide variety of applications has given this technology the potential to become the most important energy system of the future.

In this future market of fuel cells, BWT subsidiary FUMATECH is a global supplier of innovative fuel cell membranes, the central component of the membrane electrode assembly (MEA), the heart of the fuel cell.