Water with plant-based surfactants can contain smouldering fires faster.
Now, a Michigan-based startup has developed a mobile solution to supply electricity quickly during outages caused by natural disasters.
Their trailer is equipped with solar panels, a battery for storing electricity and a fuel cell powered by sustainable hydrogen.
Thanks to augmented reality training, anyone can operate the system within 15 minutes and maintain it through an app.
In this way, medical clinics and offices can be easily powered, while the modules can be clustered to form mini-grids serving whole communities.
If battery capacity falls below 35%, backup is provided by the fuel cell.