Prototype fuel-cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) are slated to enter the marketplace in two or three years, but FCEVS won’t make up a significant segment until 2011 says a new report by Allied Business Intelligence, a New York research firm. Atakan Ozbek, ABI vice president of energy research and author of the report, says there will be a large ramp-up globally in 2007 and 2008. He forecasts that by 2011 FCEVs will total 2.4 million units globally, or 4.3% of all vehicles produced that year. ...
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