Hydrogen-powered coffee machine unveiled today in Spain

Spanish vending machine company Eboca and the Foundation for the Development of New Hydrogen Technologies in Aragon have today unveiled a hydrogen-powered coffee machine.

The two organisations carried out a pilot project that installed an automatic coffee machine in the Ordesa meadow that operated with hydrogen as its sole power source, without the need for connection to the conventional electricity grid.

The project was supported by the Aragon Hydrogen Foundation who designed a 1 kilowatt (kW) power generation system.

The equipment uses a Nexa 1200 fuel cell powered by hydrogen from a cylinder and oxygen from the surrounding air.

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