TAYLOR, MI – Automotive engineers generally agree today’s hybrid-electric vehicle that combines an internal-combustion engine with a battery and electric-drive system is the “stepping-stone” technology to the holy grail of environmentally friendly transportation: fuel-cell vehicles (FCVs). But at an event here to demonstrate Ford Motor Co.’s latest-generation prototype FCV and to announce an initiative to build a small FCV fleet and the required fuel-infrastructure system, Gerhard Schmidt, ...
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