CANBERRA – Holden Ltd. engineers are working on hydrogen fuel-cell technology that will give the auto maker’s cars V-8 power without harming the environment. The long-term project will not become a production reality for another 15 years. Holden Chairman Peter Hanenberger says a fuel-cell and ultra-capacitor energy system will be fitted to a Holden evaluation vehicle this year. “We don't want to lose the V-8 power and the only way you can do this is with a fuel cell, where ...

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