TRAVERSE CITY, MI – We’ve heard it before, but it’s being said with more emphasis as the auto industry grapples with mounting cost concerns: Don’t hold your breath waiting for fuel-cell vehicles (FCVs) and the “hydrogen economy.” Fuel-cell vehicles such as GM’s Autonomy may be future, but conventional engines have room to improve. Powertrain experts from all points on the automotive landscape speaking at the Management Briefing Seminars “Advanced Power Technology Forum” here ...
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