DETROIT — Energy Conversion Devices Inc. rolls out its latest vision of the future of automotive powertrains — a fuel cell fueled by low-pressure hydrogen stored in a solid hydride, rather than liquid hydrogen or methanol converted to hydrogen onboard the vehicle. Former CEO of General Motors Corp. and current chairmen of ECD, Robert C. Stempel, says the advantages of using hydride-stored hydrogen are numerous. “In automotive applications, solid hydrogen is safe, compact, with ...
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