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Power supply scheme for remote areas

Traditional microgrid schemes are used to combine multiple intermittent power sources, and the stability of power supply is poor. The introduction of fuel cells into the microgrid can provide a new solution that combines the stability of fuel cells, the sustainability of renewable energy and the flexibility of the microgrid:

Fuel cell as the main power source, together with community power grid to provide reliable power output

The heat and electricity generated by fuel cells are utilized simultaneously to form cogeneration of heat and power

Intelligent Distribution Control of Microgrid System

Renewable energy for hydrogen production from electrolytic water and methanol reforming simultaneously provide fuel for fuel cells

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