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Photo: TV news fills up on hydrogen

Sinclair Broadcast Group is adopting Jadoo's hydrogen fuel cells for its news operations.

TV news fills up on hydrogen

Jadoo's hydrogen fuel cell can power professional video cameras. Sinclair Broadcast Group, an investor in the company, is adopting them for its news operations.

Credit: Jadoo Power Systems

gas-powered camera

TV news fills up on hydrogen

Here is the refilling station, two fuel canisters and a fuel cell. The cost is about $3,000.

Credit: Jadoo Power Systems

refilling station

TV news fills up on hydrogen

The fuel canister holds enough hydrogen for 130 watt/hours, which can run a professional video camera for up to four hours.

Credit: Jadoo Power Systems

fuel canister