DaimlerChrysler AG delivers the first medium-duty fuel cell vehicle for commercial use in the U.S. to United Parcel Service of America Inc. The delivery service will use the Dodge Sprinter van on regular routes in the Los Angeles area. The delivery marks another step in the collaboration between DC, UPS and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to place alterative-fuel vehicles into real-world use. UPS has been operating a fuel-cell powered Mercedes-Benz A-Class (dubbed F-Cell) in ...

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