There are five primary types of fuel cells—alkaline, phosphoric acid, proton exchange membrane, molten carbonate, and solid oxide. Different fuel cell types are suited to different applications.

With a global compound annual growth rate of 32 percent over the past five years, wind power is the world’s fastest growing energy source, and wind turbines are currently installed or being installed in more than thirty states nationwide.

Problems caused by these harmonic currents include overheated transformers, switchgear and wiring; random circuit breaker tripping; and reduced useable system capacity.