Giner Inc. and General Motors Corp. begin a new research and development company to hasten fuel cell development. Giner Electrochemical Systems LLC will focus on applying its expertise in electrochemistry and materials — specifically, its proton exchange membrane-based technology — to GM's twelfth-generation fuel cell ‘stack.’ “The teaming of GM's global research organization … and Giner gives us the ability to increase the pace of fundamental technology development,” says Larry Burns, ...
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