General Motors Corp. and BMW AG are teaming up to jointly develop hydrogen refueling standards, helping both companies with their goal of having affordable hydrogen vehicles on sale by 2010. Setting global standards, establishing specifications for suppliers and finding the best technical and cost effective solutions are the targets of the program, says Christoph Huss, BMW’s head of Science and Traffic Policy. "In the long term, we are expecting a nationwide network of 10,000 hydrogen ...
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