Fuel Cells and Methanol Reformers. Powering your process. Protecting your business.

First Element Energy is working to become the leading provider of low temperature fuel cell and liquid fuel reformer technology to power your business. Our efficient, powerful, compact, modular and remotely managed fuel cell systems are a cost effective solutions to your critical business backup and base load or off-grid power needs. Our fuel cell and methanol reformer systems will make a positive difference for your business compared to traditional power sources and we can put them to work on a large scale.

We offer multiple fuel options, pure clean hydrogen, liquid methanol and liquid ammonia by special request. These liquid fuels are LOWER cost than compressed hydrogen or diesel. They are also easily transportable, stable, have ultra low emissions and provide dramatically higher fuel storage in the same space compared to traditional compressed gas cylinders.

 


LATEST NEWS

 

Electric Vehicle Charging Purchase Order

2015-08-31 20:57:42

First Element Energy, a leader in the design and manufacturer of both hydrogen and methanol fuel cell systems is pleased to announce the order of a 12 kW hydrogen fuel cell from a large US electric utility.  The utility will operate the system for electric vehicle (EV) and electric service cart charging at their facility and remotely monitor operations from the plant engineering center.  This system can safely charge all EV’s from electric golf carts up to a Tesla Model S and meets all current car manufacturers’ requirements.  The 240 VAC power system features a fully integrated UPS and solid state automatic transfer switch compliant with Tier II EV charging standards. The project will validate the efficiency, benefits and commercial cost effectiveness of using fuel cells as a grid connected, grid- failure mode or distributed-generation solution for EV charging.   Both customer and employee training and education will be a key use of the system as a solution to meet the demands of the rapidly expanding EV and energy markets. Please use the website Contact Page for more information.

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Electric Vehicle Charging Using a Hydrogen Fuel Cell

2015-06-04 20:26:04
Tesla VW EV Fuel Cell Charging

Tesla VW EV Fuel Cell Charging

 

First Element Energy has successfully charged multiple vehicles using an off-grid Hydrogen PEM fuel cell.  A Tesla and an all-electric VW were simultaneously charged using a First Element Energy standard fuel cell product with updated software and charging cables.  As electric and hydrogen fueled vehicles are gaining in popularity the use of stationary  fuel cells is generating interest for EV charging, emergency back-up power, peak load support, on-site generation of hydrogen and for remote and off-grid charging and fueling stations.

For more information please use the Contact page.

 

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Dominican Republic University Installs Fuel Cell

2014-09-26 14:25:30

First Element Energy, www.firstelementenergy.com and Fuel Cell Solutions, www.fuelcellsolutions.net,   are very pleased to announce the installation of a PEM hydrogen fuel cell at La Universidad APEC (UNAPEC), www.unapec.edu.do, in the Dominican Republic.

“UNAPEC is the first University in the Dominican Republic that has installed a fuel cell system through the assistance of FCS and FEE and is a great occasion for this University and an important contribution to clean energy technologies.  This system is installed on the Engineering campus and will be used to examine, characterize and validate the efficiency and the benefits of fuel cell technology.  At the same time this system will be used to educate and inform the engineering students in basic fuel cell technology and its benefits.  As a pioneeer in implementing this technology, UNAPEC will become an important source of knowledge in counselling other educational institutions, government agencies and private companies for the expansion of hydrogen energy systems across the Caribbean.”  UNAPEC spokesperson.

For more information please use the FEE contact page or visit the above websites.

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