According to a new report released by Fuel Cells 2000, America’s fuel cell market continues to expand. The new data is available in State of the States: Fuel Cells in America 2011.
The new data provided in the report shows that California, Connecticut, New York, Ohio and South Carolina led the way last year in fuel cell development. In addition to this, fuel cell companies like Bloom Energy have garnered major headlines for advances in technology and expanded operations that created “green-collar” jobs. In all, the report predicts continued expansion of fuel cell use in the US and looks to Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Maryland, and Texas as the next states to see marked fuel cell expansion.
Read the full report to find out more about stationary fuel cell deployments, such as those for buildings, and transportation-related deployments, such as hydrogen fuel infrastructure and even fuel-cell-powered forklift models.