Ballard Power Systems Inc. of Vancouver, B.C., Canada, is making significant progress in automotive fuel-cell durability, cost reduction and freeze-start capability, three crucial areas identified by the U.S. Dept. of Energy (DOE) in its 5-year, $350 million funding program to make hydrogen fuel cell vehicles practical by 2015. Because water is a by-product of fuel cell operation, managing water within the cells at freezing temperatures is an important step towards reliability. Ballard’s ...

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