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In the U.S. alone, more than 85% of people fully support the movement toward 100% clean energy.

Renewable energy jobs now stand at 11.5 million worldwide with an anticipated growth of 42 million renewable energy jobs by 2050.

Clearly, clean energy is a concept whose time has finally arrived. Clean energy is energy that comes from renewable, zero emission sources that do not pollute the atmosphere when used, as well as energy saved by energy efficiency measures.

Over the past two decades as technological advances make 100% clean energy a future reality, the clean energy movement has been accelerating rapidly. And now with the full backing of the Biden administration the clean energy movement is expected to push ahead by leaps and bounds.

Analysts report there is tremendous economic opportunity for the countries that invent, manufacture and export clean energy technologies.

Among the emerging clean energy technologies, fuel cells are growing rapidly. A fuel cell basically consists of two electrodes on either side of a polymeric electrolyte membrane. Hydrogen and oxygen are purged over each of the electrodes, loaded with catalyst and through a chemical reaction, electricity, heat and water are produced.

Fuel cells are generally based on H2 purged polymer electrolyte membrane (PME), direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC), and solid oxide electrolyte (SOFC).

Fuel cell technology is a highly interdisciplinary system. Efficiency of H2-PEM fuel cells relies on various parameters from fuel (H2 and O2) pressure, temperature, gas concentration to membrane operating temperature and its blocking by water vapor.

Currently, the most popular forms of renewable energy are No. 1 solar, followed by wind, hydro, tidal, geothermal and biomass energy.

A major leap forward in the commitment to renewable energy came in the form of the Paris Agreement. In fact, the Paris Agreement is a landmark international accord that was adopted by nearly every nation in 2015 to address climate change and its negative impacts.

Want to learn more? Tonex offers Introduction to Clean Energy, a 2-day workshop style training course that overs the fundamentals of clean energy and innovation to unlock and deploy new zero-carbon technologies for the future.

Participants learn about energy and climate research and innovation, as well as clean and resilient infrastructure and communities.

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