This section presents a variety of information and resources that are available from FSEC's Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Division.
Hydrogen and fuel cell technologies have seen great leaps of innovation in recent years. Our capabilities in hydrogen and fuel cell research and development is unparalleled; have a look. This link will send you to the About Us Section of this Web site.
The Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Laboratories contain highly specialized scientific chemistry and materials related equipment that are used to conduct hydrogen research on production, storage, utilization and sensors and fuel cell research on membranes, fabrication, mass transport, surface properties and electrochemical diagnostics. This link will send you to the About Us Section of this Web site.
R & D
Hydrogen and fuel cell research and development programs at FSEC have enjoyed a long history of funding from external sources by contracts or grants. This site lists the current projects being conducted with funding from external sources.
|Hydrogen and Florida
Hydrogen presents Florida the opportunity to have its own and locally produced alternative fuel. Hydrogen benefits as a fuel are both numerous and environmentally friendly. Visit this Web site and see these many benefits. This link will send you to the Consumer Section of this Web site.
This database showcases Florida hydrogen research by public or private universities, industry or government agencies. Detailed information about individual research projects and their researchers can be found here. This link will send you to a database separate from this Web site.
Intellectual property such as patents, offer a chance for research entities such as FSEC to create and support commercial development of new technologies. Click here to view a list of hydrogen patents. This link will send you to the About Us Section of this Web site.
This section will aid your internet search for hydrogen and alternative energy information. This list of links includes not only FSEC sites but also local, state and federal sites that may be of interest.