Intelligent Energy has unveiled a number of consumer electronic prototypes powered by an embedded hydrogen fuel cell, to significantly extend the up-time of the devices and provide a solution to the battery life conundrum facing consumers today.
The prototypes were on display throughout early in January at a special Intelligent Energy Embedded World event at CES 2016 and followed the company’s announcement on Dec. 15, 2015, that it has developed a prototype hydrogen fuel cell powered range-extender for drones.
Intelligent Energy’s presence at CES 2016 will demonstrate how embedded hydrogen fuel cell technology can untether people from the constraints of traditional energy sources and infrastructures. By embedding a hydrogen fuel cell into a phone, drone, tablet or laptop, consumers of energy can become producers of energy and have the freedom of instant energy for their electronic devices when and where they want it. The fuel cell technology fits into the existing hardware. There is no need for any existing battery technology to be removed to accommodate the fuel cell. The two work side by side.
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