Discovery - Chemicals giant Solvay hailed Monday the successful entry into service in Flanders of what it said was the largest fuel cell of its type in the world.
Interesting especially given it's size. Could be useful for disaster areas if it was easily flown in and connected to a power grid. One thing about hydrogen/oxygen power that I do not like is if it becomes the "norm" then what happens as we use up these vital elements? One may say, oh but we have tons of both lying around, but over thousands of years it would no-doubtably change our environment and effect us in the long run. Can't replace it once it is gone.
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