DaimlerChrysler AG says it will produce 20-30 fuel-cell-powered buses over the next three years for sale in Europe and abroad. The buses will be evaluated over two years of normal driving. Unlike field trials involving a handful of buses in Chicago, Vancouver and California for demonstration purposes, these buses are offered as a fleet purchase. The buses will be built by DC's EvoBus GmbH unit and the engines were developed through the XCELLSIS Fuel Cells Inc. unit that DC co-owns with ...

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