MCIS: Hydrogen Fuel Cells
Energy is one of the greatest ongoing costs that data center and critical power admins face. As a result, it’s no surprise that these admins are always looking for new and better ways to make their facilities more efficient, in an effort to cut down on these costs.
There are many different alternative energy sources currently available to help facility admins achieve this goal. In fact, there may be so many that admins may have trouble knowing where to get started, and in their confusion may wind up taking no action instead. In order to successfully navigate the jungle of alternative energy sources and come out with an integrated strategy that meets the specific needs of your facility, you need a trusted partner that can help you understand all the different energy sources available to you, and what role they could play within your infrastructure.
Here at Miller Critical Infrastructure Solutions (MCIS), we believe that hydrogen fuel cells are one of the most exciting and beneficial alternative energy sources available to critical infrastructure admins today. As a result, we are proud to serve as the trusted partner that can help our customers better understand hydrogen fuel cells, and get better results by using them to power their infrastructure.
MCIS hydrogen fuels cell services help you make the most of the technology
MCIS has been helping customers in the data center and critical power market get better results from their facilities since the 1980s, so it is no surprise that we are now bringing the new and exciting technology of hydrogen fuel cells to customers everywhere.
Working with MCIS to deploy hydrogen fuel cells in your facility can help you gain the following benefits:
- An energy source that’s more reliable than traditional power grids
- A combined heat and power system could create significant energy savings
- A partner that understands how to get the best results from hydrogen fuel cells
An energy source thatís more reliable than traditional power grids
Being a good facility manager is all about taking control of your environment and making sure that you end up with as few unpleasant surprises as possible. So, it’s really no wonder that so many admins get frustrated about having to be beholden to an energy grid that is both unreliable and completely out of their control.
By adding hydrogen fuel cells to their power mix, facility admins can create a power source that is contained completely within the walls of the facility, and is therefore easier to control. This allows admins to feel confident that they can work to personally ensure the ongoing uptime of their own facility, instead of just hoping that the power grid will continue to come through for them.
A combined heat and power system could create significant energy savings
In addition to creating a cleaner and more reliable source of power, hydrogen fuel cells from MCIS can also offer greater energy efficiency and cost savings through the use of a combined heating and power system.
When your infrastructure has to use energy to heat or cool your facility that costs you money. With hydrogen fuel cells, you can take the heat that is a natural byproduct of the energy generation process and use it to cut down on the amount of work your HVAC systems have to do in order to heat and cool your facility. By taking something that you’ll already be producing anyway–heat–and using it to offset some of the costs of using your HVAC systems, your facility can create a significant amount of cost savings using hydrogen fuel cells.
A partner that understands how to get the best results from hydrogen fuel cells
Many data center and critical power admins are excited about the possibilities that hydrogen fuel cells can offer, including cleaner, more reliable energy and greater energy efficiency. However, just because they are excited about the possibilities doesn’t necessarily mean that they are in a good position to take advantage of those possibilities. For these admins, working with a trusted partner to better understand how hydrogen fuel cells work and how they can benefit the facility is key.
MCIS can serve as this partner for you. We’ll take the time to understand exactly how your facility uses energy, and how it could benefit from replacing some of that energy use with hydrogen fuel cells. Then, we’ll work with you every step of the way to implement those fuel cells correctly, ensuring that you gain all the benefits that hydrogen fuel cells can offer.