BMW AG and Delphi Automotive Systems have a third partner in their quest to bring automotive fuel cells to market. The companies announced May 2 in Paris that French automaker Renault SA would join the solid-oxide fuel cell development agreement launched by Delphi and BMW in April 1999. Sources say BMW intends to use the solid-oxide fuel cell as an auxiliary source for gasoline-powered passenger cars, while Renault will install them in light and heavy-duty diesel trucks. It is not clear ...
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