South Korea’s largest private power-generating company POSCO Energy gained a technology to independently produce core parts of fuel cells in five years since the company commenced the fuel cell business.
A fuel cell is an electrochemical device that combines hydrogen and oxygen in a chemical reaction to produce electricity, useable heat and water. Fuel cells are emerging as a new eco-friendly source of generating renewable energy.
POSCO Energy said Monday (local time) that it signed a contract with FuelCell Energy, an US manufacturer of ultra-clean fuel cell power plants, to license the technology to build core components of fuel cells, becoming the first Korean company to secure the technology.
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