Energy is evolving. The traditional model of centralised power generation is being disrupted, with a shift towards distributed generation being driven by cost, efficiency and security of supply.
Fuel cell technology is widely recognised as the cleanest and most efficient way to generate power from natural gas and is perfectly placed to be a prime enabler of this transition. Natural gas reserves and LNG are already a big part of the energy mix, and are forecast to increase further. By using the existing gas infrastructure in the most efficient way to generate power at point-of-use, a fuel cell system can cut both consumption and cost, while improving reliability and resilience. The resulting consumer proposition is more affordable, dependable and cleaner power.
To date the high cost of fuel cell technology has restricted adoption without significant supporting subsidies. The Ceres Steel Cell is different - this is a low cost fuel cell technology ready for scale and market impact.