New Automotive Fuel Cell Study from ABI

The number of fuel cell vehicles introduced in the world in the coming decade will reach 800,000 by 2012 according to ABI's new study on the topic. ABI has updated its forecasts for fuel cell vehicle shipments in the study and also has updated its analysis of the changing global fuel cell business environment.

The number of fuel cell vehicles introduced in the world in the coming decade will reach 800,000 by 2012 according to ABI's new study on the topic. ABI has updated its forecasts for fuel cell vehicle shipments in the study and also has updated its analysis of the changing global fuel cell business environment. The study exposes regional characteristics of the automotive fuel cell sector, and outlines a timeline for potential fuel cell penetration over the next 10 years.


The new ABI study "Automotive Fuel Cells: Global Market Issues, Technology Dynamics and Major Players" analyzes market opportunities for automotive fuel cell manufacturers from passenger cars to buses, and trucks. Niche market opportunities from fleet applications to airport ground support vehicles are also studied. The study details the technical challenges and opportunities from market, economic, and environmental perspectives. The major players in the industry are delineated, along with the status of their technologies and their most likely market applications in the near term, from 2002 to 2012.

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