Methanol fuel cells making inroads into the telecoms sector

An interview with SerEnergy, the world’s largest methanol fuel cell manufacturer

Read this article to learn:

  • Who SerEnergy are, which sectors they serve and what their fuel production capacity is
  • Use cases of fuel cells and how they compare to other sources of power generation
  • Serenergy’s fuel cell efficiencies and space requirements for indoor and outdoor scenarios
  • How easy fuel cells are to install and maintain
  • The CO2-emission reduction potential of fuel cells
  • What differentiates SerEnergy from other fuel cell suppliers

SerEnergy is the largest methanol fuel cell manufacturer in the world, supplying solutions for ships, vehicles and stationary power generation across the globe. TowerXchange speak to the company’s Head of Stationary Power, John Lindegaard Kjær to understand where fuel cells can bring real benefits to grid connected, poor-grid and off-grid telecom sites. TowerXchange: Please can…

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