Fuel cells, which were first conceived in the 19th century, can create power by putting a gas -- such as hydrogen or methane -- in contact with a reactant, in the presence of a catalyst. Fuel cells are low in pollution, very reliable and generally more efficient than competing technologies, but the manufacturing plants are expensive to build.
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