HYDROGEN FUEL CELL

A fuel cell is a device that generates electricity through an electrochemical reaction, not combustion. In a fuel cell, hydrogen and oxygen are combined to generate electricity, heat, and water. Fuel cells are used today in a range of applications, from providing power to homes and businesses, keeping critical facilities like hospitals, grocery stores, and data centers up and running, and moving a variety of vehicles including cars, buses, trucks, forklifts, trains, and more.

Silver Ridge believe that these fuel cells represent an important breakthough in reducing waste both in our environment and atmosphere. The systems produce a clean, reliable and quiet source of power, empowering other green technology power sources and further offset the nation’s carbon footprint.

Silver Ridge believe that these fuel cells represent an important breakthough in reducing waste both in our environment and atmosphere. The systems produce a clean, reliable and quiet source of power, empowering other green technology power sources and further offset the nation’s carbon footprint.