The good news is that fuel cells for materials handling equipment are no longer confined to a niche market. Entire warehouses in North America are currently being served by hydrogen-powered forklift trucks. This type of fuel cell application is also becoming increasingly popular in Asia and Europe, but their logistics industries will have some catching up to do.
H2-international has long since refrained from spreading any rumors or participating in any speculation about fuel cells for mobile devices, even if it was about an iPhone which allegedly could be powered by Intelligent Energy modules. It is precisely for this reason that we will do no more than quote roby111, who posted a pretty accurate assessment of the situation on the web at Elektronikpraxis: “Yes, since 1998 this topic has been making the rounds
Japan’s ENE-FARM program is arguably the most successful fuel cell commercialization program in the world. ENE-FARM has supported the deployment of well over 120,000 residential fuel cell units and is providing proof that long term public-private partnerships can push new technology into the marketplace. New models coming on the market in 2015 are smaller, more efficient, cheaper and more easily installed than previous models.