LOS ANGELES – There are hundreds of suppliers to the auto industry’s fledgling fuel-cell business, but precious few, if any, are profitable. Quantum is best known for storage tanks for compressed hydrogen and natural gas. That includes Quantum Technologies, based near here in Torrance. GM owns 20% of Quantum, best known as a supplier of high-pressure storage tanks for compressed natural gas and hydrogen for fuel-cell vehicles (FCVs). Its upbeat President and CEO Alan Niedzwiecki ...

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