Electrically-powered UAVs typically use Lithium Polymer (LiPo) battery packs as an energy source, which effectively address many of the critical UAV system requirements – except one: Long flight times. In fact, this challenge is the main limiting factor for all military or commercial electric UAVs in the market today. Hydrogen fuel cell systems have the ability to fill this gap while meeting all of the key UAV requirements. Simply put, our innovative fuel cell technology has been designed to fit a lot of runtime into a lightweight product, which significantly increases the amount of time the UAV may be flown when compared to battery-powered UAVs.



For material handing applications, TerraLIX’s fuel cells displace incumbent battery technology in electric fleets.TerraLIX’s fuel cell products can power anything from a forklift and pallet jack to AGVs and tuggers.


Unlike traditional generator or battery power technologies, which can be unpredictable and maintenance-heavy, hydrogen fuel cell generator systems deliver reliable backup power over a wide range of operating environments.

It’s time to take another look at hydrogen fuel cells for critical power, because a backup power choice is about more than meeting the requirements of a regulation – reliable power is about meeting corporate or agency goals and objectives, whether those revolve around protecting lives or providing reliable communication for all..


Across the maritime sector, GHG emission standards for vessels are being tightened. These emissions regulations will have a significant impact on vessels, and the organizations that operate them. Now is the time to look at solutions, and to move forward with zero–emission technologies.

Fuel cells will play a key role in helping marine industries address GHG emissions on the water, and in ports. Batteries work well for vessels for very short routes, and which have frequent charging possibilities. For longer routes and larger vessels, hydrogen fuel cells are the most practical zero-emission solution.


Societies around the world are becoming increasingly aware of the societal costs linked to the use of fossil fuels – the emissions contain harmful components that cause health-related issues and increase healthcare costs. The noise generated by combustion engines has led to lower comfort levels for passengers and operators as well as the surrounding society. Hydrogen-powered public transportation, on the other hand, helps to decrease this societal cost. Lower noise levels and the absence of toxic emissions contributes to healthier citizens and greener cities.