Fuel Cell

Micro CHP

A fuel cell uses natural gas from the grid to generate electricity within your own building and significantly reduce the amount you need to buy from conventional electricity suppliers.


It is much more efficient at generating and delivering electricity than the grid. The gas it consumes to make electricity is significantly cheaper per unit than electricity purchased from the grid, which can reduce your bills and carbon emissions by up to 50%.

A fuel cell is a micro combined heat and power system.  It uses innovative fuel cell technology to separate natural gas into carbon and hydrogen using an electrochemical reaction that delivers clean, controllable, on-site electricity for residential as well as business use.


Producing up to 13,000 kWh of electricity per year, fuel cells are best used where annual electricity demand is greater than 10,000 kWh, whether in a single building or shared between multiple homes.


The high electrical efficiency also allows for fuel cells to operate throughout the year - regardless of the weather or the season.  It can produce up to 13,000 kWh that you can either use on-site or feed
into the grid to receive compensation.

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