DaimlerChrysler AG, in cooperation with energy supply companies, other manufacturers and the Japanese government, opens its first Japanese fuel cell testing facility in Tokyo. The Japan Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Demonstration Project will provide a site for companies to conduct fuel-cell testing and infrastructure development. There are currently five hydrogen fueling stations open in Tokyo to support the project. DC is testing a Mercedes-Benz F-Cell, which is used to power the Mercedes ...

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