January 2015

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Fuel cells to experience a bright future due to natural gasRising natural gas production is facilitating growth for both stationary fuel cells that provide power to business and the utility grid, as w..

Fuel cells to experience a bright future due to natural gas Rising natural gas production is facilitating growth for both stationary fuel cells that provide power to business and the utility grid, as well as for expanding applications in light-duty fuel cell electric vehicles. According to the US-based Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA), the convergence of abundant natural gas supplies and breakthroughs in fuel cell technologies are finding great acceptance by top automotive manufacturers, such as Hyundai and Toyota. Advanced fuel cells are highly efficient and generate no emissions—only water and heat. Stationary fuel cell applications will use both natural gas and meth

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