General Motors Corp. recently released the results of a comprehensive alternative-fuel/alternative vehicle study conducted with Argonne National Laboratory, BP, ExxonMobil and Shell Oil Co. The study rates gasoline-derived fuels and FCEVs the cleanest and most efficient combination of fuel and propulsion system for the near term. Byron McCormick, co-director of GM's Global Alternate Propulsion Center, reminds that a pure hydrogen-fueled fuel cell system is the ultimate goal, though. The ...

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