Transportation companies around the world are developing fuel cell powered vehicles.
Seven of the major car companies are developing and testing fuel cell automobiles.
All of which will be in production in the 2014-2016 time frame. H2 fueled autos
Truck companies and boat companies and airlines are adding APUs (auxiliary power
units) to their vehicles to save fuel and lower emissions at stops and loading stations.
Motorcycle companies are testing prototypes and gearing up for production in the
thousands of hydrogen fuel cell powered motorcycles.
Industrial companies are prototyping hydrogen fuel cell versions of mining vehicles,
locomotives, ferries, air plane tugs, short haul trucks and many other uses where
zero pollution and quiet operation are advantages.
ATV ( all terrain vehicle) and jetski producers are also prototyping and testing
and looking for affordable production of fuel cell powered units. H2 ATVs
The whole world is gearing up for hydrogen fuel cell powered transportation and it
is going to explode on the seen in the 2014- 2017 time frame, along with the fuel
cell powered automobiles. H2 fueled autos
The only limitation to the widespread adoption of hydrogen fuel cell powered transportation
is the availability of hydrogen fueling stations. 212 hydrogen fueling stations exist
in the world today and several thousand will be operational, in Germany, Japan, Brazil
and the US after 2015.