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Fuel Cell Engineer
As a Fuel Cell Engineer in the energy industry, you could help transform how the world can access clean, reliable renewable energy sources. While some renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power rely on weather conditions that we can’t control, fuel cells generate electricity from the chemical reaction of fuels like hydrogen. You could be designing new fuel cell components or testing a new idea to make fuel cells easier to transport or generate more power.
Fuel Cell Engineers usually work in office or laboratory environments for companies interested in hydrogen and renewable energy production.
Whether you’re evaluating test data or designing improved fuel cell components, as a Fuel Cell Engineer, you’ll be helping to develop energy sources that will power the cars, electronics and homes of the future.