myFC research reveals that heat generated by hydrogen fuel cells could be used to support other sustainable practices

According to new research by myFC revealed today (Jan 20), the company has discovered that waste heat generated from hydrogen fuel cells could be used to aid sustainable operations within cold environments.

The research revealed that Otto engines have an efficiency of 30% whereas hydrogen fuel cells provide more than 50% with the heat being used to increase the overall efficiency of the systems.

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