SFC Energy has opened up brand new opportunities in the field of disaster management with the launch of its EFOY Jupiter hydrogen fuel cell.
Used as a reliable, stationary emergency power generator, the EFOY Jupiter supplies essential energy for essential communication networks in a durable, powerful and environmentally friendly manner.
Speaking of the fuel cell’s applications, SFC Energy said the EFOY Jupiter can act as a reliable stationary emergency power generator for critical infrastructures such as control and security systems, hospitals, server hubs and more.
As well as providing power for critical infrastructures, the fuel cell has potential to be used in the future as an emergency power generator for masts of the new 5G mobile communications standard.
“EFOY Jupiter hydrogen fuel cells have several advantages that make a big difference in disaster situations,” the company explained in a statement.”
“Previously used diesel generators consume more fuel, which means that the unit can only bridge a shorter period of emergency power operation than the hydrogen fuel cell. However, long periods of maximum energy self-sufficiency are essential in the event of a disaster.”