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The Fuel Cell Testing Facility

Fuel cells produce electricity through an electrochemical reaction (the combination of hydrogen with oxygen). This promising technology could play a major role in the green energy transition.

Because of their high conversion efficiency, no emissions at the point of use, and low noise, fuel cells could in the future play a major role in energy conversion and could partly substitute current power generation technologies. The Fuel Cell Testing Facility of the JRC contributes to the development of testing procedures and measurement methods to assess fuel cell performance.

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