At a Hannover Messe in 2003, a completely ecofriendly energy producing equipment caught our attention presented in the new energetics solutions area of the exhibition. The item in question is a fuel cell, a electrochemical converter, which produces electricity highly effectively with the catalytic reaction of hydrogen and oxygen. The produced byproduct is water.

It had been an old and a continuous aim of our company to present more and more of its own products among its activities. After our visit to the Hannover fair, we decided this new technology was worth learning more about. Even though the history of fuel cells goes back to 1839 to the discovery made by William Grove, it was only in the last two decades that their mass application has come to spotlight.


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