The system with a photovoltaic power generation of 30 kW and 60 L/h of hot water supply has a hydrogen electric power storate capacity of 350 kWh. One of the applications of H2One is response to disasters: after a natural disaster, the system will be transported by flatbed truck to the affected areas and continue to provide electricity and warm water. In the future, this kind of equipment can also be installed in a hydrogen refueling station and provide inexpensive hydrogen to fuel cell vehicles.

China Bio news release, June 23, 2015; Toshiba website