Clean Energy Principle

The production of electrical energy from chemical energy is happening today in the rule by the conversion of thermal energy into mechanical energy. This is usually by combustion and the use of emerging, hot gases in a heat engine that drives a generator.

In a fuel cell the energy of the chemical reaction of a supplied fuel and an oxidizing agent is converted into electrical energy.

The core of G-E-O-S, the fuel cell system, is a so-called PEM fuel cell stack (proton exchange membrane). In this fuel cell, the oxygen from the air reacts with the hydrogen from a pressure cylinder or metal hydride storage systems. The reaction produces heat and electricity. The electrical efficiency is nearly 50%. The reaction product is steam. Therefore, the system can be considered as a zero emissions system.