Fuel Cells and the Distributed Power Paradigm

Since the dawn of the electric power industry in the late 19th century, economies of scale in generation and operational costs have made centralized generation and a complex delivery grid the only economically viable solution. However, new highly reliable technologies — such as fuel cells — now make distributed generation competitive, particularly for peak demand situations. What will this mean for utilities, consumers, and technology companies? We'll explain.

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