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Micro Fuel Cells

Micro fuel cells (MFCs) are an energy-generating technology that uses a chemical reaction to produce electricity. MFCs are typically used as a batter alternative to power small devices such as cell phones and laptops. Micro fuel cells are a sustainable energy source and can be replenished by simply refueling with hydrogen or methanol.

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About Micro Fuel Cells

Unlike solar or wind power, MFCs don't require any special equipment or infrastructure and can be set up pretty much anywhere. MFCs also have the potential to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. By using MFCs instead of traditional energy sources, businesses can cut down on their carbon footprint and help fight climate change. In an increasingly environmentally conscious world, using MFCs may also present a significant advantage in attracting customers who care about sustainability.

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