WASHINGTON — DaimlerChrysler AG’s next-generation fuel cell vehicle (FCV), to be launched in 2007, may be a large truck. That decision will be made after 2004, says Ferdinand Panik, who heads DC’s fuel cell program. That is when the California Fuel Cell Partnership (CFCP) and the Dept. of Energy adopt a common fuel for FCVs. He says DC will go along with the DOE’s decision. The auto maker has tested a series of FCV concepts in its NECAR (for New Electric Car) program that dates back to ...

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