AFC Energy is the leading provider of Alkaline Fuel Cell systems for the generation of clean energy, offering best in class performance and lowest operating cost.

Developed in AFC Energy’s UK research and manufacturing facilities, the Hydrogen Power (H-Power) systems use a patented proprietary design to ensure highest efficiency, robust design and economic operation whilst being free of pollutants and greenhouse gasses.

AFC Energy is committed to helping customers achieve a nett zero carbon future through continuous development and improvement of its product base which centres around its core Alkaline Fuel Cell technology.

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  • Update on AGM and Annual Report

    This morning we have posted the Annual Report and Notice of AGM a cover letter from our Chairman, setting out some of the practical arrangements for this year’s AGM in these difficult times which can be found here. In accordance with Government advice limiting gatherings of more than two persons......

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  • Successful National Roadshow EV Charger Validates Strong Market Interest

      Following a successful national roadshow over the past month, our hydrogen fuelled EV charger system returns to Dunsfold from Scotland this week. Last Thursday saw over 250 people, including Scottish Minister for Trade, Investment and Innovation, Mr Ivan McKee, witness the operation of our......

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  • Roadshow Moves on to Scotland

      We had a great day in the Lake District yesterday with strong interest shown in AFC Energy’s developments around EV charging and the unveiling of our new Hybrid Distributed Power System model in collaboration with MSP Technologies. The days attendees covered a broad range......

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  • Hydrogen Generators set to Replace Polluting Diesel Gensets

    AFC Energy is today launching a Hydrogen Power Generator that can replace polluting diesel generators and eliminate damaging emissions.  The Hydrogen Power Generators will be used on locations such as construction sites and datacentres where diesel generation are currently used to provide local power. The new......

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