TRAVERSE CITY, MI – In 1908, an automobile was still a luxury, costing the princely sum of about $3,000. By 1923, with Henry Ford mastering the concept of mass production, Model Ts were selling for $260 and were affordable to millions. Freudenberg-NOK’s Theodore Duclos says volumes will lower fuel cell costs. Theodore Duclos, chief technical officer of Freudenberg-NOK General Partnership, sees a parallel for those in the auto industry banking on the rise of fuel cells. ...
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