According to a Department of Energy August 30 report, State of the States: Fuel Cells in America 2012, California ranks first in the deployment of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. California has more than 200 fuel cell vehicles on the road; the next highest, Hawaii, has 16 fuel cell vehicles. California also leads the country in hydrogen fueling stations, with eight, 14 new or upgraded stations in development, and 15 private stations. The state also has the most fuel cell buses, 15, in use, and seven more planned; it is first in fuel cell-powered forklifts, with more than 762 deployed or ordered.