WARREN, MI – General Motors Corp. is spending $10 million on a new facility at its Rochester, NY, Global Alternative Propulsion Center (GAPC). The new building, on schedule for completion in late July, will house operations focused on the development of manufacturing technologies for mass production of vehicle-based fuel cells. While the original purpose of the GAPC was to coordinate all of GM’s fuel cell development activities, the company believes it now is time to look more closely at ...
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