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Several companies, both private and public, are currently working with fuel cell powered aircraft. Among them are Boeing, Airbus, and NASA. Fuel cell technology is currently being used in the defense industry for UAVs where they have been delivering 10 days of continuous flight.
Hydrogen fuel cells are currently powering ferries in the Netherlands, river touring boats in Germany, and on shuttle boats and catamarans in the UK. Within the European Union, cargo ships are one of the largest sources of CO2 emitted into the atmosphere. Hydrogen fuel cells will be making a huge impact in this area in the coming years; the process already began with cargo ships in Denmark back in 2009.
Several tech companies have sprung up that offer hydrogen fuel cell conversions for personal electronic devices. The advantages of fuel cells in personal eletronics such as cell phones is that they could provide enough energy to power a smartphone for an enitre week without needing to be re-charged. While some pocket-sized fuel cell chargers are already available, mass market products are expected to skyrocket in 2017.