Mitochondria's Technology Solutions

Hydrogen is today enjoying unprecedented momentum. The world should not miss this unique chance to make hydrogen an important part of our clean and secure energy future.”

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Project Phoenix Fuel Cell

Project Phoenix Fuel Cell has been specifically designed by Mitochondria to meet the energy requirements of South Africa and Africa. It is distributed, decentralized, clean and sustainable energy generation providing baseload electricity, removing your dependence on the grid. 

Mitochondria’s Project Phoenix is South Africa’s It is proprietary technology the first in the solutions that Mitochindria will be bringing in to the market.

  • Our Fuel Cell uses cutting-edge fuel cell technology
  • Our Fuel Cell provides you with clean, reliable electricity generated at the point of use
  • Our Fuel Cell has one of the highest availability factors – Never experience downtime again!
  • Our Fuel Cell has electrical energy efficiencies of up to 60% and combined heat and power (CHP) efficiencies of up to 90%
  • Our Fuel Cell has low emissions and emits water as a by-product
  • Our Fuel Cell has few moving parts producing little to no noise
  • Our Fuel Cell is a suitable energy solution for all industries and tailormade specific to your organisations operational needs

How does a fuel cell work?

Fuel is supplied and electricity and heat is produced – it is that simple but there is much more to the electrochemical process in a fuel cell. The energy carriers, hydrogen and oxygen, react with each other between two electrodes, producing electricity, heat and water.

This process is net-zero when operated on hydrogen. Our fuel cell system is multi-fuel and can operate on natural gas and LPG – a perfect transition technology.

It is important to know is that when it operates with natural gas or LPG, carbon emissions are reduced by up to 70% compared to power generation from coal utilised by Eskom.

Considering Fuel Cell Technology?

Fuel Cells are distributed, decentralised energy generators providing baseload energy generation. They are placed onsite and connected directly to your electricity feed. A Fuel Cell meets the Sustainable Development Goals and is effective in improving your carbon footprint.

Fuel Cells are effective for medium to high-energy users including

  • Mining
  • Industrial
  • Manufacturing
  • Commercial Buildings
  • Agriculture
  • Hospitals
  • Telecommunications