This is the second co-generation home heating system using a 2000 watt Horizon hydrogen fuel cell combined with a Tili air to air heat pump. A modified Kipoint 1800 watt inverter converts the fuel cell output power to operate the heat pump. The combined heat generation from both systems gives a greater heat output possibly greater than 200 % of that of an electrical base board heating system. The energy comes from clean renewable hydrogen producing heat, electricity and pure water. All parts are readily available and the system is easy to put together using simple tools.
In the next stage, we will be producing the hydrogen for the system using green power source from a Palcan hydrogen fuel cell electrolyser to generate and store the hydrogen in metal hydrate storage tanks.