Fuel Cell Challenge Targets Forklifts

Hydrogenics, an Ontario, Canada-based company that makes hydrogen and fuel cell systems, and LiftOne, a division of Charlotte-based Carolina Tractor, have teamed up for the demonstration project.

Published: 22-Jan-2007

Two fuel cell-powered industrial forklifts should be in use in several Columbia-area companies by late spring.

Hydrogenics, an Ontario, Canada-based company that makes hydrogen and fuel cell systems, and LiftOne, a division of Charlotte-based Carolina Tractor, have teamed up for the demonstration project.

The forklift project is part of the Greater Columbia Fuel Cell Challenge, which last week issued a request for proposals to create a hydrogen filling station in Columbia.

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