Hydrogen fuel cell uses Hydrogen and oxygen as fuels. These are separated by an electrolyte barrier. Hydrogen goes to the anode side, while oxygen (or just air) goes to the cathode side. When both of these chemicals hit the electrolyte barrier, they react, split off their electrons, and create an electric current.
• Environmental & Health—Byproducts as heat and water – no toxins, particles, or greenhouse gasses, which means cleaner air for us to breathe.
• Efficiency & Flexibility — 2 to 3 times more efficient than combustion engines, Compatible with other technologies, such as batteries, wind turbines, solar panels, and super-capacitors.
• Versatile & Scalable — provide milli watts to megawatts of power in a variety of uses—from cellphones, to cars, entire neighborhoods