How a fuel cell works

How a PEM fuel cell works

Polymer-Elektrolyt-Membrane fuel cell also known as Proton Exchange Membrane fuel cell (PEM)

A PEM fuel cell is an electrochemical converter in which Hydrogen and Oxygen are compounded via a controlled electrochemical process. This combination results in electrical power and heat – the only emission produced during operation is a small amount of clean, warm water. No harmful substances are produced.

This electrochemical process is displayed in the video and explained in the following graphic.

Power generation without pollutants:

  • Zero Emission
  • High Efficiency
  • Low noise level
  • No vibration
  • Off-grid power supply