In an unusual partnership that combines oil industry refining expertise with General Motors Corp.'s fuel cell technology, GM and ExxonMobil Corp. announce they have developed a new, highly efficient onboard gasoline reformer for fuel cell vehicles. The onboard processor turns ordinary gasoline into a high-quality stream of hydrogen that powers a fuel cell, enabling them to be “gassed up” at the corner station like a conventional car or truck. The breakthrough could eliminate two of the ...

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