HONEOYE FALLS, NY — Convinced that its gasoline fuel-processor technology is far enough advanced to enter a road-testing phase, GM says it will begin running a gasoline-fueled fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) in March 2002. Byron McCormick, co-director of GM's Global Alternate Propulsion Center here, also says GM's goal is to be the first company to sell 1 million FCEVs. He says “before the end of this decade we want to have a significant market presence using gasoline” as a source of ...

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