DETROIT – Field tests of the first planned commercial product to emerge from General Motors Corp.’s fuel cell research and development were so successful that the auto maker is considering another round of evaluations. In early 2002, GM placed a fuel cell for several months on a California cellular phone tower structure to provide backup power. Several other companies participated in the test, including Nextel Communications Inc. and hydrogen storage manufacturer Quantum Technologies ...

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