Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Fraunhofer developing fuel cell system to power the home

As the world shifts to alternative forms of energy, ways to make homes less dependent on the grid continue to gather steam. Fuel cells, which are more efficient and have lower emissions than internal combustion engines seem like a logical candidate for taking up the slack, so the Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems (IKTS) in Dresden is partnering with the heater manufacturer Vaillant to develop a domestic fuel cell system that uses natural gas to produce both heating and electricity... Continue Reading Fraunhofer developing fuel cell system to power the home

Section: Around The Home

Tags: Alternative Energy, Electricity, Energy, Fraunhofer, Fuel Cell, Home

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