Proton Exchange membrane Fuel cells maximize vehicle range, efficiency and sustainability

Creating Clean Energy for Future Transportation  

PEM Fuel Cell Membranes Can Use Hydrogen to Maximize Vehicle Range, Efficiency, and Sustainability

Fuel cells offer a more sustainable way to generate electricity for a variety of applications. They also deliver better fuel-efficiency, operating range, durability, and reliability than other power sources, such as combustion engines and batteries.

Among fuel cells available today, proton exchange membranes (PEMs) have become an effective choice in energy generation, especially when used for transportation and material handling applications. In the future, fuel cells may be the main choice to power vehicles.

An image for a fuel cell diagram (PEM).

Regardless of the application, fuel cells must deliver sustained power delivery over long time periods. Fuel cells need an ion exchange membrane that offers a combination of durability and performance.

Download this white paper to learn why engineers and designers specify Nafion™ proton exchange membranes (PEMs) for their fuel cells because of their thickness, conductivity, strength, and chemical durability.