Improving infrastructure resilience with hydrogen fuel cells

From hurricanes and tornadoes to widespread flooding and wildfires, natural disasters have always put power and communication infrastructures at risk.

Now climate change is increasing the frequency and severity of such natural disasters. And those responsible for infrastructure integrity must prepare for a “new normal” of disruptive natural disasters occurring more often. The key is increasing the resilience of our infrastructure including the power supply.

In this article, we’ll explore the role of hydrogen and fuel cells in a disaster situation, including providing reliable backup power supply, emergency mobile power generation, and micro-grid generation.

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