NEW YORK – General Motors Corp. will establish a fleet of 13 fuel cell powered minivans in the metropolitan area here that will be supported by Royal Dutch/Shell Group’s Shell Hydrogen’s first hydrogen service station in this region. The New York baker’s dozen will bring GM’s total fuel-cell vehicle (FCV) fleet to 40 vehicles. Sequel would cost more than retrofitting fuel cells to existing cars, GM says. “This fleet will put New York in the forefront on the road to a future in ...
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