Hydrogen fuel cell research. Researcher using a computer to monitor a hydrogen fuel cell (centre, on bench). Hydrogen fuel cells combine hydrogen and oxygen (from the air) to create electricity. The only by-products produced are heat and water, making this technology a clean source of power compared to the pollutant gases produced by the burning of fossil fuels. This research is taking place at Intelligent Energy, a fuel cell power systems company that has its headquarters in Loughborough, UK. Intelligent Energy was founded in 2001.
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