Fuel cells deliver clean, efficient and quiet power and heat for grid-scale power, buildings, industrial sites or remote equipment, and both for grid-connected and off-grid scenarios. They work well in combination with other clean technologies and alongside energy efficiency measures.
Arcola Energy specialises in system design and engineering of fuel cells of all types and their integration into buildings and with other technologies to deliver clean, reliable and resilient power systems.
Arcola Energy, leading integrator of fuel cell systems, has been awarded UK Government funding in partnership with Origen Power, to develop a prototype of a system that can both generate electricity and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. The grant worth £1million is from the Energy Entrepreneurs Fund run by BEIS and reflects growing acknowledgement of the need for what are known as Greenhouse Gas Removal (GGR) technologies.
Political leaders from South Sumatra Indonesia meet with UK government representatives at the launch of a 25 year business and research collaboration on zero emission mobility & low carbon energy
Hydrogen has a role to play in complete clean energy systems alongside renewable energy to support the transition to future low carbon, zero emission, safe and sustainable energy systems
Fuel cells are highly reliable, clean and quiet with long run times and so ideal for providing backup power for critical systems.
A fuel cell and hydrogen solution has many benefits for providing power in off-grid or remote situations, ideal for low power, long duration loads or to provide resilience when paired with solar PV and battery systems.
Fuel cells offer a cleaner form of power generation than conventional technologies and systems are available at kW and MW scale for buildings and infrastructure.