NextEnergy, a non-profit alternative energy promoter based in Detroit, signs an agreement with BP plc to establish a new hydrogen-vehicle refueling station in Detroit’s TechTown advanced technology park. The new station, which is supported by the U.S. Dept. of Energy’s 5-year fuel-cell vehicle and infrastructure validation effort, will be the third of its kind in Southeastern Michigan when it is completed this summer, NextEnergy says. The station, located in NextEnergy’s 45,000-sq.-ft. ...
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