How Data Centers are Using Hydrogen Fuel Cells

September 29, 2021

As the digital world expands, the demand for reliable data centers increases. California is struggling to meet consumers’ electricity needs. Grid limitations lead companies to invest in backup generators.

Eco-consumer challenges and the Paris Agreement drive emission reduction efforts within global businesses. Owners can shrink their carbon footprints by powering their centers’ generators with alternative energy. Hydrogen fuel cells effectively reduce emissions, converting a company’s electricity reliance away from diesel towards sustainable options.

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