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Driving a Fuel Cell Forklift

Green Overdrive: We Drive a Fuel Cell Fork Lift!
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Oorja produces fuel cells so forklifts can keep going and going and going…and going. Photo Credit: Presleyjesus via Flickr.

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2:16AM PST on Nov 16, 2014

Live long and prosper

9:36PM PST on Jan 10, 2013

thanks

11:17AM PST on Jan 10, 2013

Thanks.

1:21AM PST on Jan 10, 2013

Thanks

7:11AM PDT on Apr 3, 2012

This is a wonderful invention. Thank you Jennah, for explaining why? And so! ANYTHING that reduces our voracious appetite for fuel is a step forward!

8:08AM PDT on Apr 2, 2012

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5:42AM PDT on Apr 2, 2012

Thanks for the article.

10:19PM PDT on Apr 1, 2012

Thanks.

11:38AM PDT on Apr 1, 2012

Thanks.

4:00PM PDT on Mar 31, 2012

I saw the video, and these fuel cells last 3-4 times longer than regular forklift batteries. (I drove a forklift for a summer on swing shift 20 years ago; the lift in the video was much more advanced, of course.) These fuel cells would save the drivers a lot of time and energy, are made in the US, and are more fuel-efficient than the batteries many companies use.

That's why! And so!

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