HONEOYE FALLS, NY – General Motors Corp.’s fuel-cell vehicle fleet expands with the introduction of the world’s first fuel-cell powered truck for use by the U.S. Army at a GM research facility here. Developed as part of a $3.5 million program funded by GM and the U.S. government, the Chevy Silverado crew cab pickup is equipped with two 94-kW fuel-cell stacks, equivalent to a 164-hp engine. It will be used for 16 months at Ft. Belvoir, VA, and Camp Pendleton, CA, as well as other ...

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