DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Fuel Cell Future in Vehicles" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This report focuses on fuel-cell technology and the regional and global market outlook for fuel-cell vehicles in the coming years and decades, including OEM and supplier strategies to meet projected market demand.

Aimed at automakers, suppliers and market analysts seeking insight into how each OEM is positioned today and the likely future for each OEM in terms of developing and marketing fuel-cell vehicles and technology, this report provides a thorough analysis of the state of fuel-cell vehicle technology, OEM marketing strategies and trends in the U.S. and global markets.

Addressed In This Report:

  • The current state of fuel-cell technology
  • Which automakers are furthest ahead in the race to develop cost-competitive fuel-cell technology
  • Fuel-cell installation trends and use in light vehicles - New applications of fuel-cell technology
  • Which OEMs are best positioned to mass-produce and market fuel-cell vehicles
  • Global outlook for fuel-cell vehicle sales, by brand and region
  • How the development of hydrogen production and fueling infrastructure will impact fuel-cell vehicle proliferation

Of Special Interest To:

  • Light-vehicle product developers
  • Strategic planners and marketers for OEMs and suppliers
  • Competitive analysts
  • Policymakers involved in emissions and fuel economy


  • An outlook on the proliferation of fuel-cell technologies
  • Competitive insight on relative approaches taken by major automakers toward fuel-cell development
  • Profiles of supplier activity and innovation around fuel-cell products
  • LMC Automotive forecast of regional market share and volume through 2030
  • Industry survey results on the future of fuel-cell vehicles and technology
  • Q&As with top executives from a wide cross-section of the fuel-cell-vehicle industry

Key Topics Covered:

1. Overview

2. Technology

  • State Of The Science
  • How It Works
  • U.S. Drive Partnership Targets

3. Market

  • Bevs Leading The Charge
  • Commercial, Autonomous Applications Likely
  • Costs Coming Down, Capability Climbing
  • Hydrogen Holds Key

4. Automakers

  • BMW
  • Daimler
  • Ford
  • General Motors
  • Great Wall Motors
  • Honda
  • Hyundai
  • Nikola Motor
  • Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi
  • Toyota
  • Volkswagen

5. Suppliers

  • Toyota Mirai
  • Mercedes-Benz GLC F-Cell
  • Hyundai Nexo
  • Honda Clarity Fuel Cell
  • Ballard Power Systems
  • Freudenberg Sealing Technologies
  • Plug Power

6. Q&As

  • Air Liquide's Pierre-Etienne Franc
  • California Energy Commission's Kevin Barker
  • Daimler's Christian Mohrdieck
  • Now's Klaus Bonhoff
  • Hyundai's Sae Hoon Kim
  • Honda's Steve Ellis
  • Great Wall Motor's Tobias Brunner

7. Appendix

  • Survey - 2018 Study Of Fuel Cell Vehicles
  • LMC Automotive Forecast 2030: Global Fuel-Cell Vehicles
  • Deliveries By Region
  • Share By Region
  • Deliveries By Company
  • Share By Company

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