The most efficient and promising alternative energy source among all the alternative energy fields that have been studied today.
Since a fuel cell does not require any mechanical conversion process, it features outstanding efficiency. Fuel cell is clean and green energy, as it uses energy generated by chemical reactions from extracted hydrogen and oxygen in air.



Chemical reactions of fuel cell
When hydrogen flows to the anode side, hydrogen is dissolved into electrons and protons (hydraulic ion) in a catalytic layer. When protons move through the high molecule membrane inside a fuel cell, electrons, oxygen ions and protons are compounded by the catalyst of a reformer in cathode. Then, electrons are moved to cathode through external circuits and creates water and electricity.



Low pollution & high efficiency energy source
Fuel cells can reduce air pollution in urban areas. Fuel cells have a system efficiency of 50% for operation source (below 25% in the conventional internal combustion engines), and have a harmful gas (NOx, SOx) emission rate of 1%.

Next-Generation Energy Source
Fuel cells can replace not only oil, but methanol, ethanol and natural gas. Since our country does not have rich natural resources, fuel cells are one of the most promising next-generation energy sources.

New & Huge Market Potential
Fuel cells can create new markets to which metal, electricity, electronic, machine, control industry and other supplementary devices are supplied. It can create a number of jobs and contribute to economic growth.