Hydrogen fuel cells to power Swiss residential and commercial buildings

Hydrogen fuel cells will soon be powering European buildings with Loop Energy unveiling a new partnership agreement with Swiss-based Innotest AG today (March 17).

But how will this be achieved? Loop Energy intends to supply a 30kW eFlow hydrogen fuel cell system to Innotest who will then integrate it into a home power energy system.

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