Infinity seeks wider markets for hydrogen-powered mobile microgrid

US-based Infinity Fuel Cell and Hydrogen has revealed it is pursuing new markets for its green hydrogen regenerative fuel cell mobile microgrid.

Originally developed using funding from the US Navy, the microgrid system dubbed, XStorra-II® was intended to be used for marine expeditionary forces on foreign shores, which Infinity believes could be deployed in a range of uses as the world looks to decarbonise.

Employing a solar panel array, the system uses power generated in daylight hours to power electrolysis to produce and store green hydrogen, which can be used to power a fuel cell to generate electricity at night or low-light conditions.

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