sponsored by National Instruments
Posted:  18 Jan 2002
Published:  01 Oct 2001
Format:  HTML
Length:  7  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

Fuel cells are becoming a very efficient and clean source of electrical energy for the future. Fuel cells boast many advantages when compared with conventional energy sources of today. The power from a fuel cell's is derived from hydrogen, an element that is extracted from many renewable resources. This conversion of hydrogen to electricity has no emissions. Conventional energy production requires nonrenewable fuels and produces pollutants as well. These properties are two of the many reasons that the fuel cell is a viable energy source for the future in automotive, commercial, residential, portable, and many other electrical power applications.

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