DETROIT, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Stocks in companies that develop hydrogen fuel cells were up on Wednesday after President Bush called in his State of the Union speech for $1.2 billion to develop hydrogen-powered vehicles. Shares of Ballard Power Systems Inc. were up 12 cents, or about 1 percent, at $10.80 in trading on the Nasdaq stock exchange, while shares of Plug Power Inc. and Millennium Cell Inc. were up about 5 percent. The company shares already had risen on Tuesday in advance of the ...
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