DETROIT – Now there’s an alternative fuel for the competitive fires that pit General Motors Corp. against Ford Motor Co. – battery fuel cells. "My forecast is that all fuel cells will be hybrid fuel cells," says John Wallace, director of Ford’s fuel cell program. Wallace makes his declaration after GM outlines its ambitious fuel cell program at a forum staged in conjunction with the G8 Energy Ministerial Conference here. Kenneth Cameron, GM’s program executive-fuel cell ...

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