GenCell successfully integrates alkaline fuel cell with Enapter AEM electrolyser

Isreal-based GenCell Energy today said it has successfully integrated its alkaline fuel cell with Germany-based Enapter’s AEM electrolyser to power hybrid and backup green energy solutions.

The project validated that the electrolyser successfully generates the amount and quality of hydrogen needed to operate the alkaline fuel cell in a hybrid or backup power solution, strengthening the value proposition of both products to successfully fill the power requirements of many use cases, both on and off-grid.

Integrating the Enapter AEM electrolyser together with the GenCell alkaline fuel cell in a hybrid or microgrid power system prevents curtailment of surplus intermittent energy and instead leverages the electrolyser to convert that energy to industrial-grade hydrogen, GenCell said in a statement.

This industrial-grade hydrogen can be economically stored and used on-demand as fuel to run the GenCell alkaline fuel cell when intermittent, grid or battery power is not available, both to charge the batteries and to provide electricity for as long as needed, until the other power sources return to production.

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