DaimlerChrysler AG will collaborate with BP plc and the U.S. Dept. of Energy on a 5-year program to test hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles in the U.S. The project, which begins later this year, calls for DC to supply various fuel-cell vehicles to fleets in a number of states across the country. BP, meanwhile, agrees to provide the refueling infrastructure to support the vehicles. DC also says it will provide the first fuel cell vehicles to be used in real-world business applications in ...

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