PARIS – Renault SA presented its work on reformulating gasoline, diesel and ethanol fuel into hydrogen to run a fuel-cell vehicle at the 6th World Hydrogen Energy Conference held in Lyon, France, last week. But it isn’t clear whether the presentation means anything to Renault's plans to test fuel-cell vehicles based on advanced technology developed by alliance partner Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. Reformulating a liquid fuel into hydrogen to make electricity to run a motor solves the problem of ...

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