Hydrogen is the most abundant element on Earth, with almost 3 times the energy density of traditional diesel and gasoline. It is also a primary feedstock for hydrogen fuel cells, which offer a highly efficient and flexible technology that cleanly produces power and heat with low or zero emissions. With a multitude of end-uses—such as distributed power for backup, primary, and combined heat-and-power systems; light, heavy, and other specialty vehicles; and auxiliary power units and portable electronics—fuel cell applications hold potential to dramatically impact the 21st-century clean energy economy. Traditionally produced in large-scale steam methane reformers, advances in modular hydrogen generation have dramatically increased the market for end-use applications of hydrogen. The Lone Cypress team has the expertise to develop hydrogen generation and transportation infrastructure for any application.