Wednesday, April 16, 2014

As tech lowers cost, fuel cell commercial uses expand

Recently, Wal-Mart placed an order for 1,738 fuel cell powered forklifts that move products in the giant retailers' warehouses.

Gibbons attorneys
Uzoamaka N. Okoye and Samuel H. Megerditchian write in their firm's Environmental and Green Issues blog that this: "highly publicized order spotlights the emerging commercial markets and the technologies and patents that have made the production of energy through fuel cells more cost effective."

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The attorneys note that the
Clean Energy Patent Growth Index shows that "for the last decade fuel cell related patents outpaced all other clean energy technology patents until 2013 when solar patents for the first time surpassed fuel cell patents."

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Related:
Wal-Mart Chooses Fuel Cell Forklifts 
DOE fuels US competitiveness in fuel cell market with $3-million project 
European Hydrogen Fuel Cell Charging Clusters Planned 
FuelCell CEO Expects First Big Sale in Europe This Year  
Toyota's North America chief seeks fuel cell sedan supply boost

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