Truck-maker AB Volvo teams with Norwegian oil giant Statoil ASA in a fuel-cell partnership designed to curb environmental damage caused by idling engines. The companies are working together to equip trucks and other vehicles with a fuel cell to power vehicles when idling. The U.S. Dept. of Energy estimates between 20 tons to 30 tons (18-27 t) of carbon dioxide emissions could be cut from a single truck per year if it were equipped with a fuel cell. Volvo says the power unit under ...

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