f-cell: Stationary applications in buildings

Stationary applications in buildings was one of the afternoon sessions H2 View tuned into virtually at f-cell Stuttgart today.

We’ve been bringing you coverage throughout the day and if you’ve missed anything so far, you can read our Opening Plenary recap here, and our Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Applications Plenary recap here.

Takuya Ito, Manager of the Residential Solution Technology Department at Tokyo Gas was the first speaker of the session and he highlighted a fuel processing system for a residential fuel cell cogeneration system, ENE-FARM.

A fuel processing system is a system for producing hydrogen from city gas to be used as fuel for fuel cells. It is made up of a desulfurizer, to remove the sulfur used as an odorant in city gas, and a fuel processor for producing and purifying hydrogen gas.

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