Wallingford Company Aims to Reduce Cost, Improve Efficiency of Hydrogen Generators

By | April 7, 2014

Proton Onsite is looking to enter the hydrogen storage market. Currently Proton builds hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen generators of various sizes for commercial and industrial applications. However generators are assembled at Proton’s facility by hand and in order to expand into the storage market, larger hydrogen generators need to be produced for less money. Proton is working to develop a generator that is powerful yet cost-effective enough to enter the fuel cell market dominated by multibillion-dollar natural gas companies. examples.

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