Pillars of Progress: Advanced tools for better-performing stationary fuel cell systems

A series of projects funded by the Clean Hydrogen JU[1] have developed a number of tools that monitor the health of fuel cell stacks and quickly detect and isolate faults.

The technologies will make stationary fuel cell systems more reliable and easier to maintain, to drive increase uptake of clean, on-site power generation.

Early diagnosis, lower costs

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