American Honda Motor Co. Inc. delivers two Honda FCX hydrogen-powered fuel-cell vehicles to the San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom in an April 13 ceremony. The delivery brings the number of Honda FCXs on the road globally to 12, with the fuel-cell vehicles in operation in the U.S. and Japan. The city of San Francisco, which maintains a fleet of some 700 alternative-fuel and advanced-technology vehicles, has agreed to lease the two vehicles for a year, with the option of a second year. The ...

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