Energy Conversion Devices Inc., headquartered in Rochester Hills, MI, is modifying five Toyota Motor Corp. Prius hybrid-electric vehicles (HEVs) to demonstrate a solid-state hydrogen storage system the company says can help bridge the gap between today’s internal combustion (IC) engines and electric vehicles powered by fuel cells. Modified Prius being refueled with hydrogen. Proponents say interim use of hydrogen fuel for existing spark-ignition piston engines could pave the way for ...
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