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GenCell CEO Rami Reshef feels that in a world that increasingly relies on immediacy and connectivity for social requirements and business opportunities, solving the off-grid power issue will be an important industry milestone. Reshef said fuel cells, originally pioneered by NASA for the Apollo program, can provide the 100 percent sustainable, reliable and cost-effective power needed to get rural areas online, improving lives and increasing telecom profits.
GenCell’s alkaline fuel cells use a non-platinum catalyst that is fueled by industrial-grade hydrogen and oxidized with ambient air, but, Reshef stresses, with technology that is 100 percent clean (no CO₂ emissions), is cost effective and only needs refueling and maintenance once a year. The company has a global perspective with headquarters in Israel and offices in New York City and Germany as well.
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GenCell has made several important breakthroughs.
Having completely remodelled the traditional AFC system, redesigning many components using less costly materials, it is able to eradicate platinum as an electro catalyst.
While maintaining the life and efficiency of the AFC, removing the need for platinum has allowed us to break the cost barrier that has previously prohibited the widespread adoption of this technology.