Fuel Cells 2000 has created comprehensive charts to highlight some of the history, activity and trends in the fuel cell industry. These charts are continually being updated, so check back often. If you have any information that we might have missed, please share it with us at email@example.com.
Vehicle Comparison Chart - Shows the latest fuel cell and electric vehicles side by side with internal combustion engine models to compare specs and characteristics. Fuel cell vehicles offer similar size, range and refueling times as conventional vehicles.
North American Hydrogen Stations Map – Shows a Google Map of active public and private hydrogen stations in North America. The map can be filtered to show public stations, private stations, and stations used for materials handling equipment. Where possible, stations include technical information, the hydrogen provider, as well as the type and number of vehicles serviced. This map is intended to serve as a general reference and does not reflect exact locations of fueling stations.
Fuel Cell-Powered Forklifts in North America - Details fuel cell-powered materials handling equipment (forklifts, lift trucks, pallet trucks, tugs, etc.) used in U.S. warehouses, including company, site, year deployed, and number of units.
Hydrogen Fueling Stations in the U.S. - Shows all active and decommissioned hydrogen fueling stations in the U.S., listed by city and state. This chart also lists the hydrogen fueling station project partners, the current project status, the hydrogen production techniques used, other useful information, as well as station pictures.
Worldwide Hydrogen Fueling Stations – Shows all active and planned hydrogen fueling stations in the world (excluding the U.S.), listed by country and city. This chart also lists the hydrogen fueling station project partners, the current project status, the hydrogen production techniques used, other useful information, as well as station pictures.
Fuel Cell Light Duty Vehicles - History of all fuel cell light duty (car, SUV, mini-van) prototypes and concepts and lists useful information on each vehicle including year (shown, demonstrated or leased), target market date, fuel cell size and type, fuel cell manufacturer, range, top speed, fuel used and picture.
Fuel Cell Buses in the U.S. – Shows all bus prototypes and concepts by state and city and lists useful information on each – year shown or deployed, transit agency, fuel cell size and type, fuel cell manufacturer, range, top speed, fuel used, and picture.
Fuel Cell Buses Worldwide - Shows all bus prototypes and concepts by country and city (excluding the U.S.) and lists useful information on each, including year shown or deployed, transit agency, fuel cell size and type, fuel cell manufacturer, range, top speed, fuel used, and picture.
Fuel Cell Specialty Vehicles - Compilation of a wide range of specialty vehicles powered by fuel cells – motorcycles, bicycles, scooters, boats, submarines, yachts, airplanes, locomotives, forklifts, all-terrain vehicles, unmanned aerial vehicles, unmanned ground vehicles, wheelchairs, golf carts, and neighborhood vehicles.
Fuel Cell Equity and Investment – See which venture capital and investment companies are investing in fuel cell and hydrogen generation companies. Lists companies, investment amount, type of funding and purpose.
Stationary Fuel Cells at Grocery and Retail Sites - Lists stationary fuel cells that deliver power or combined heat and power (CHP) at retail stores, grocery stores and warehouses in the U.S., including company, year deployed
Fuel Cell Vehicles vs. Battery Electric Vehicles - This chart compares the Honda FCX Clarity and the Mercedes-Benz B-Class F-CELL fuel cell vehicles to the battery-powered Chevy Volt and Nissan Leaf. All four vehicles have limited availability in the U.S.
Honda FCX Clarity vs. 2010 Model Vehicles - Comparison chart that puts the Honda FCX Clarity side by side with 2010 vehicles of similar size. The point is to show that the specs of the Clarity are similar, if not better, than today’s models in terms of leg room, trunk space, etc., so drivers won’t have to sacrifice comfort or familiarity when purchasing this cleaner, more efficient vehicle.