List of fuel cell vehicles

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A fuel cell vehicle is a vehicle that uses a fuel cell to power an electric drive system. There are also hybrid vehicles meaning that they are fitted with a fuel cell and a battery or a fuel cell and an ultracapacitor. For HICEV see List of hydrogen internal combustion engine vehicles. For a discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of fuel cell vehicles, see Hydrogen vehicle.

List of fuel cell vehicles[edit]

Automobiles[edit]

Hyundai Tucson FCEV in the background (on the left) and Toyota Highlander FCHV in the foreground (on the right) during UC Davis's Picnic Day activities

Audi:

BMW:

Chrysler:

Daimler:

Fiat:

Ford:

General Motors:

Honda:

Hyundai:

Lotus Engineering:

Kia:

Mazda:

Mitsubishi:

Morgan:

Nissan:

Peugeot:

Renault:

Riversimple:

Ronn Motor Company:

Toyota:

Volkswagen:

Trains/Locomotives[edit]

BNSF:

University of Birmingham:

  • Hydrogen Pioneer fuel cell locomotive[15][16]

Trucks/buses[edit]

Toyota's FCHV-BUS at the Expo 2005
Dolomitech's Hybrid Fuel Cell BUS

Daimler:

Ford:

  • Ford E350 fuel cell shuttle bus

Hyundai:

ISE Corporation:

Skoda:

Toyota:

University of Glamorgan, Wales:

Van Hool:

Dolomitech


New Flyer Industries:

  • New Flyer H40LFR (21 produced)

Motorcycles[edit]

Yamaha:

Vessels[edit]

Race Vehicles[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Neil, Dan (2009-02-13). "Honda FCX Clarity: Beauty for beauty's sake". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2009-03-11. 
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  3. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=437&CATID=0
  4. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=423&CATID=0
  5. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=461&CATID=0
  6. ^ "Ford Motor Company Business Plan", December 2, 2008
  7. ^ a b Eberle, Ulrich; Mueller, Bernd; von Helmolt, Rittmar (2012-07-15). "Fuel cell electric vehicles and hydrogen infrastructure: status 2012". Royal Society of Chemistry. Retrieved 2013-01-08. 
  8. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=431&CATID=0
  9. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=477&CATID=0
  10. ^ http://green.autoblog.com/2009/06/09/first-drive-hydrogen-powered-kia-borrego-fcev-and-nissal-x-trai/
  11. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=429&CATID=0
  12. ^ Dennis, Lyle. "Nissan Swears Off Hydrogen and Will Only Build Electric Cars", All Cars Electric, February 26, 2009
  13. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=396&CATID=0
  14. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=425&CATID=0
  15. ^ http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/news/latest/2012/08/21-Aug-12-Engineering-students-build-UKs-first-hydrogen-powered-locomotive.aspx
  16. ^ Hoffrichter, Andreas (3024). Hydrogen as an energy carrier for railway traction. Birminhgam, UK: University of Birmingham. 
  17. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=434&CATID=0
  18. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=502&CATID=0
  19. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=435&CATID=0
  20. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=500&CATID=0
  21. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=433&CATID=0
  22. ^ http://www.dolomitech.com/prodotti.php

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