In most developed countries around the world we rely completely on an electric power grid as our main source of energy and rarely think twice about the infrastructure that makes it all possible. But behind our constantly connected lives is a utilities grid based on hub-and-spoke architecture of centralised power production that is becoming increasingly outdated and inefficient.
Posts from May, 2015
We’ve spoken previously about the potential for fuel-cell growth in developing countries like India, and there’s no doubt that hydrogen fuel cells could help lead those regions into a cleaner, more efficient future. It’s not just developing regions overseas that can best benefit from an amplified fuel-cell economy, however.