TAYLOR, MI – Ford Motor Co. and BP plc announce here a plan to road-test a small fleet of fuel-cell vehicles and to build fueling stations to supply the hydrogen on which FCVs operate. Gerhard Schmidt, Ford vice president-Research and Advanced Engineering, says the company by the end of the year will build 30 Focus FCVs that will comprise fleets here and in Sacramento, CA, and Orlando, FL. Meanwhile, BP will begin to build fueling stations in the three cities to supply hydrogen to the ...
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