Distributed energy production systems are attracting growing interest in the industry.
The use of fuel cells is playing a fundamental role as integration and alternative in cogeneration systems, using hydrogen as a source of clean and easily stored energy.
The use of hydrogen contributes to the reduction of CO2 that occurs by exploiting renewable sources for its production, such as photovoltaic panels.
The efficiency is high, with values that currently range from 40 to 60 percent but that the manufacturers of the fuell cells are optimizing with new solutions.
Modularity allows to increase the installed power according to the needs, with considerable economic savings. The cells can be paralleled and assembled into modules to obtain and generate the required powers.
EEI produces drives and network connection systems for systems powered by fuel cells with the application of isolated high-performance DC / DC modules of various sizes, suitable for different types of cells.