Fuel cells have the potential to provide clean and efficient energy solutions in portable electronics, transport and stationary power generation. Different fuel cell technologies and fuel options could address different opportunities in many regions of the world. However, the technology is not yet mature and the competition is strong. Hydrogen could be one of the major clean energy carriers of the future. It may be coupled with renewable energy, used in fuel cells, and used to provide fuel for portable, stationary and transport technologies. However, the resources used to produce hydrogen, the technologies required, and the benefits and complications of using it in a particular situation vary dramatically.
At E4tech we have a deep understanding of the fuel cell sector and of the technologies that go into making a fuel cell system work, in addition to a clear view of competing technologies. Our exceptional network of experts has deep technology and applications expertise, and can provide insight into specific fuel cell issues. We also track movements in the fuel cell industry closely – see our Fuel Cell Industry Review.
We have insights into the technical potential of hydrogen energy, the complexities that surround it and the business and policy frameworks into which it may be introduced. We can provide technology, strategy and policy advice on hydrogen energy at any level.