It looks like Forbes needs more technical fact checkers who are familiar with green energy technologies. In the interim, I provided that service in a comment to an article. Forbes "called out" my comment, meaning they thought it worthwhile.
In Forbes' recent article "Fuel Cells Inching into Power Generation Markets," Ken Silverstein gives a good overview of power generation in the stationary market. He starts the story by discussing how fuel cells are a better fit to today's stationary power market, compared to the automotive fuel cell market. Then the remainder of the article discusses FuelCell Energy, United Technologies, and Bloom Energy's power solutions. Unfortunately, Ken does not discuss the approximately 1,500 fuel cell-powered fork lift trucks that have been installed in the last 3 years.
However, the article's biggest shortcomings involved technical matters. For example, Ken says “Fuel cells work by separating hydrogen from oxygen.” My correction points out that this should read “Fuel cells work by combining hydrogen and oxygen.” Quite a bit of a difference there.
My comment there goes on to point out four additional factual corrections. Feel free to go to Forbes and take issue with my corrections, or add your own comments. For instance, I didn't take issue with his quoted thermal and electrical efficiencies, but some of them do seem a bit off.