Fuel Cell Technology: Comparative Evaluation For Application In Building In Saudi Arabia

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Background of the Research

Fuel Cell technology implies a device, rather a converter, which tends to make way for the purpose of transforming a chemical reaction into electricity, which is derived with the inculcation of oxygen or any other oxidizing element, which helps the reaction to continue being used as an energy resource. Conventional energy, as a resource and as an industry has been flourishing throughout the changing times. Energy, alongside Pharma, Food and Telecom, are four (4) of the biggest industries running and existing across the globe, whose annual turnover is more than $1 trillion.

It must be considered that while conventional energy sources tend to make way for the purpose of significantly and substantially fulfil both industrial and public demands, newer and reliable sources need to be considered and evaluated for the purpose and objective of planning and forecasting projects and future targets (Helgeson & Schwaller, 2003, pp.70).

In addition to the above, while conventional energy sources may seem to fulfil the need of the hour, however, it must be considered that current resources are at the brink of depletion. If, at any given timeframe, resources start to deplete, it would be wise that individuals tend to make way for adopting alternative choices and options available for utilization.

Companies tend to now make progress for the purpose of securing their corporate and financial future, with constant development and continuous research and analysis undertaken. With the kind of efforts being inculcated, newer sources have surfaced such as fuel cell technology. However, a lot of testing, time, scope and cost will be involved, before these resources could be fully acknowledged for being used by humans.

Fuel Cell technology, although has slowly and gradually gained momentum, however, it becomes relatively difficult for researchers and lab assistants to actually make some sense out of the kind of problems and situations associated with the adoption and practice of fuel cell technology as part of the research.

Now that we have discussed the implications associated with fuel cell technology, we shall now look into the details regarding how Saudi Arabia as a country does, tend to pave way for adopting such technologies into its overall system and infrastructure for development (Hoogers, 2003, p.78).

Saudi Arabia, has a country, has progressed vastly in the area of bringing economic development to the people. With the Kaaba as the epitome of all Muslims following the sacred shrine, maintaining a long-term track of the protection and monitoring of the sacred place, alongside the other infrastructures being built is of prime concern to the Saudian public.

It has been mentioned and stated according to the estimates undertaken that while this country can make relevant progress and that this technology can add to the conventional problems and methods associated with the avenue of technology, it is ...
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