TRAVERSE CITY, MI – Pollution-free fuel cell powered cars are coming, but the internal combustion engine still will be king in the year 2020 and diesels will make big gains in North America. That’s the word from a panel of some of the auto industry’s top powertrain experts who spoke Aug. 5 at the Advanced Power Technology Forum here. Fuel Cells create electricity through a chemical reaction between hydrogen and oxygen. They essentially are batteries that can be refueled in just a few ...

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