The fuel processor converts (reforms) natural gas to a hydrogen gas to feed the fuel cell stack.
Hydrogen and air are combined in an electrochemical process that produces direct current (DC) electricity, pure water and heat. The byproduct water (in the form of steam) is used in the fuel processor for natural gas reformation.
The DC power provided by the fuel cell stack is conditioned to provide grid-interactive, high-quality alternating current (AC) power output.
An integral heat recovery system can heat facility water for purposes such as space heating, domestic hot water, and cooling in conjunction with an absorption chiller.