The year 2019 is the warmest in the decade from 2010 to 2020. This is because the CO2 emissions rose to high levels. Thus, there is a continuous global demand for clean and renewable energy sources. People are becoming more environmentally aware and are pursuing a green lifestyle. The rising awareness of the population is increasing the demand for clean energy sources. Alkaline Fuel Cell Power focuses on the research and development of new power units based on a renewable energy source which is hydrogen.

Alkaline Fuel Cell Power aims to address the growing demand by producing and commercializing the new power units. The company’s journey is headed towards the success of commercialization with the following milestones:

– The company plans and intends to apply for six patents with the new technology they developed.
– By March 2022, their prototype system is expected to be completed.
– The first full 4kW system completion is expected by end of 2022.
– Accreditation and installation of the 4kW system are anticipated by end of June 2023.
– Commercialization of the new system is anticipated to be achieved by end of 2024.

Micro-Combined Heat and Power System

The new power units are called micro-combined heat and power (micro-CHP) systems. With hydrogen as its energy source, the only byproduct of it is water. This simply means that there will be no carbon dioxide emission using these. The research behind this technology can be traced back to the 1970s in the Nuclear Research Institute in Belgium. In the year 2004, Mr. Jef Spaepen, the CEO and Founder of Alkaline Fuel Cell Power has took over the assets and further developed the technology.

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