DaimlerChrysler AG will spend $1 billion on real-world use of fuel cell technology between now and 2004, on buses and cars for the road and electricity for an assembly plant. DC announced it would be first to sell fuel cell vehicles in April (see Ward's Automotive Reports April 10, '00 p.4) with 20-30 buses for delivery in 2002. It also will use a stationary fuel cell in 2002 to provide power to the M-Class plant in Vance, Alabama. Two years later it will put fuel cell passenger cars on ...
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