New funding to support Infinity’s zero-gravity electrolyser and hydrogen fuel cell technology for space applications

Infinity Fuel Cell and Hydrogen has agreed a new agreement with Axiom Space that will add $900,000 funding to an existing project aiming to introduce electrolysers and independent fuel cells for space applications.

Not only could this bring sustainable energy and power to space applications but could also support further space missions by providing a new energy source to power the ship and its electronics.

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