Climate Change and Decarbonization
Society and infrastructure owners and operators globally are prioritizing decarbonization, which is an evolving and ongoing megatrend foucosed on the reduction of emission of greenhouse gases (GHG) including carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide. Combusion of fossil fuels including in diesel, propane, and natural gas fired generators is a primary source of GHG emissions.
Combusion generatots face ongoing, frequently intensifying regulatory restrictions, including many countries, states and cities around the worls banning their use, in an effort to decrease greenhouse gas emissions and address climate change.
Altergy’s hydrogen-based fuel cell solutions produce zero GHG emissions and is a mechanism for decarbonization. They have been certified by the California Air Resources Board to produce zero-emissions at the source and can help reduce your carbon footprint. Fuel cells produce electricity via a catalytic reaction between hydrogen, the most abundant gas in earth’s atmosphere, and the air we breathe. There is no combustion, no greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and the only byproduct is water.