This concise sourcebook of the electrochemical, engineering and ecomic principles involved in the development and commercialization of fuel cells offers a thorough review of applications and tech-ecomic assessment of fuel cell techlogies, plus in-depth discussion of conventional and vel approaches for generating energy. Parts I and II explain basic and applied electrochemistry relevant to an understanding of fuel cells. Part III covers engineering and techlogy aspects. The book is useful for undergraduate and graduate students and scientists interested in fuel cells. Unlike any other current book on fuel cells, each chapter includes problems based on the discussions in the text.