Hydrogen, is the most common elements making up 75% of the entire universe.Alberta Energy Fuel Cell

Hydrogen alone cannot be used as an energy source or fuel, but when it burns hydrogen creates heat as it reacts with oxygen. The heat energy produced can then be utilised elsewhere.

There are many ways to produce hydrogen fuel and environmentally it has many benefits, carbon-free, exceptionally clean, non-toxic, safe to produce, store and transport, and easily produced.

Hydrogen can be used to power fuel cells. Fuel cells produce electricity during an electro-chemical reaction. Much like a battery, except they do not require electrical power to recharge them they are recharged by adding more fuel.