By now, everyone knows that fuel cell power is the coming thing. Maybe not for another decade, but definitely coming. Meantime, everyone knows the price has got to come down. Way down. And that's where DuPont Automotive sees its opening. The plastics giant announced last month that it has formed a fuel cell business unit “to pursue growth in the emerging proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell market.” It has become apparent that PEM is the front-running technology for automotive and ...
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