State of the States: Fuel Cells in America 2012.

Fuel Cells 2000 has released its new report, State of the States: Fuel Cells in America 2012.  The report finds that in a little more than a year, more than 74 MW of fuel cells for stationary power and 1,700 fuel cell-powered forklifts were installed or purchased.  The free report features individual state profiles cataloging all of the policies, installations and activity in the past year since our last report.  The report also includes supportive quotes from five Representatives from the U.S. Congress (2 Republicans and 3 Democrats), an introduction including sections on Federal Programs, Business Attraction and Exporting Opportunities, nine separate Top 5 lists, offering readers numbers and reasoning for the state’s inclusion.  These Top 5 lists include: Fuel Cell Vehicles, Fuel Cell Buses, Hydrogen Fueling Stations, Telecom Backup Systems, Stationary Fuel Cell Systems (Deployed), Stationary Fuel Cell Systems (Planned), Fuel Cell Patents, and Successful Fuel Cell Policies.   There is also an Appendix with several charts, the 2011 H2/FC Policy Wrap-up, our recent compilation list of fuel cell customers in U.S., and links to additional resources.

Download the full report at: http://www.fuelcells.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/StateoftheStates2012.pdf