Hydrogen Fuel Cells
A fuel cell produces electricity through a chemical reaction, but without combustion.It converts hydrogen and oxygen into water, and in the process also creates electricity. It’s an electrochemical energy conversion device that produces electricity, water, and heat.
Fuel cells operate much like a battery, except they don’t require electrical recharging.A battery stores all of its chemicals inside and converts the chemicals into electricity. Once those chemicals run out, the battery dies. A fuel cell, on the other hand, receives the chemicals it uses from the outside; therefore, it won’t run out. Fuel cells can generate power almost indefinitely, as long as they have fuel to use.