Seven auto and bus manufacturers unveiled fuel cell-powered vehicles last week at the grand opening of the California Fuel Cell Partnership's headquarters in West Sacramento, CA. The new 55,000-sq.-ft. facility serves as a development center, maintenance depot and hydrogen refueling station for the CaFCP, an 18-member organization formed in April 1999 by automakers, fuel cell companies, energy providers and government agencies. Of the 14 fuel cell vehicles introduced, eight cars and ...

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