- Language: English
- 507 Pages
- Published: January 2013
- Region: Global
Fuel Cell Car News Stock Directory
- ID: 1137053
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The Fuel Cell Stocks Directory lists publicly traded fuel cell companies on global stock exchanges with company descriptions, stock symbols and hyperlinks to company website and quotes.
SFC Energy (XETRA:F3C.DE) is the leader in mobile energy for leisure-time, industrial and military applications. One of Germany’s technology pioneers, SFC has been awarded numerous prizes for innovation. SFC works with leading companies in a number of different industries. In contrast to most other fuel-cell companies that are still in the developmental phase or are operating subsidized demonstration facilities, SFC has been successfully selling its fuel cells to industrial and retail customers for already more than six years. The company also has established a commercial infrastructure to distribute its fuel cartridges.
SGL Carbon AG (SGL.DE; OTCPK:SGLFF) is one of the worldwide leading manufacturers of carbon-based products. We have an in-depth materials, production, applications and engineering expertise, a comprehensive graphite and carbon fiber based product portfolio, and an integrated value chain from carbon fibers to composites. We operate close to our customers through a global sales network and state-of-the-art production sites in Europe, North America and Asia. SGL Group develops and commercializes carbon- based products for Polymer-Electrolyte-Membrane Fuel Cells (PEFC).
STMicroelectronics NV (NYSE:STM) is a global leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications with innovative semiconductor solutions. ST aims to be the undisputed leader in multimedia convergence and power applications leveraging its vast array of technologies, design expertise and combination of intellectual property portfolio, strategic partnerships and manufacturing strength. The Company’s SPV1040 device is a high efficiency, low power, low voltage, monolithic step-up converter with
an input voltage range from 0.3 V to 5.5 V, and is capable of maximizing the energy generated by even a single solar cell (or fuel cell), where low input voltage handling capability is extremely important.