NEW YORK – Ford Motor Co. boosts its fleet of hydrogen-fueled, internal combustion-engine buses to 25 by leasing eight units to the Florida Department of Energy. The H2ICE buses, as Ford calls them, will be used to shuttle passengers around the Orlando airport area. The 6.8L V-10 engine that runs on hydrogen is capable of a 150-mile (241-km) range. The vehicles are equipped with a 57-lb. (26-kg) hydrogen-fuel tank. A gasoline-fueled version of the same engine is used in Ford’s ...

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