An ultrasonic method and a tetrahydrofuran-mixed dispersion method were used to synthesize two heat-treated cobalt phthalocyanine catalysts supported on carbon nanotubes, CoPc-CNT-S and CoPc-CNT-R,respectively. The ultrasonic process was that mixing cobalt phthalocyanine and carbon nanotubes in isopropanol under ultrasound condition within 30 min, while the tetrahydrofuran-mixed dispersion method was that mixing cobalt phthalocyanine and carbon nanotubes in tetrahydrofuran at 80℃ lasting 4 h. Then the pyrolysis process was carried out in a tube furnace under Argon (Ar) atmosphere with a heating rate of 5℃/min to 800℃ and lasting 2 h. Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA) results showed that cobalt content of CoPc-CNT-S was 8.1 wt% while CoPc-CNT-R was 7.0 wt%. Moreover, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) results gave a conclusion that nitrogen content of CoPc-CNT-R (5.22%) is twice more than CoPc-CNT-S (2.08%). In comparsion with CoPc-CNT-R, CoPc-CNT-S has more pyrrole nitrogen on the surface. The fuel cell tests in a PEM/AEM hybrid fuel cell showed that the activity and stability of CoPc-CNT-S performed better than CoPc-CNT-R. Power density of CoPc-CNT-S hold at 18.6 mW/cm2 in H2/O2 hybrid AEM/PEM fuel cell for 15 h and CoPc-CNT-R can only hold at 9 mW/cm2. The current density of CoPc-CNT-S maintain at 68 mA/cm2 after stability test in H2/O2 hybrid AEM/PEM fuel cell for 20 h under 50 mV, but the stablity of CoPc-CNT-S fluctuate between 20 mA/cm2 to 40 mA/cm2. The reason can be concluded that ultrasonic method and tetrahydrofuran-mixed dispersion method can cause different kind of nitrogen doped on catalyst to influence electrocatalytic properties. The phenomenon that the electron transfer resistance of CoPc-CNT-S was lower than CoPc-CNT-R after working in PEM/AEM fuel cells for 5 h and 15 h can prove indirectly that the activity of CoPc-CNT-R using for the cathode catalyst H2/O2 hybrid AEM/PEM fuel cell is obviously less than CoPc-CNT-S. These observations may result from the cooperative effect from the similar ratio of pyridinic and pyrrolic nitrogen which may accelerate the catalytic activity of CoPc-CNT-S toward oxygen reduction reaction.