“Although all manner of alternative fuel and powertrain interests are pushing for a piece of the new transportation pie, it is evident that the majority of attendees believe that hydrogen fuel cells are the likely long-term winner.” The Engineering Society recently held its EnV '99 Advanced Technology Vehicles Conference in Ypsilanti, MI. Conference keynoters include Lawrence Burns, General Motors Corp. vice president of research and development planning, and John Gabriel, market ...
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