Construction site uses hydrogen fuel cell tech to power operations


The kit for the fuel-cell is stored within a shipping container.

Siemens Energy

A building site for a major infrastructure project in the U.K. has started to use a zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell for heat and power, removing the need for diesel generators.

The news comes as low- or zero-emission kit on construction sites around the world starts to become more commonplace as technologies develop and attitudes shift.

On Thursday, Siemens Energy said the hydrogen fuel cell system would be used on a site in the county of Lincolnshire, England, which serves the Viking Link Interconnector project.

The site was not due to be connected to the grid “for at least six to eight months,” the company…


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