WARREN, MI – General Motors Corp. isn’t focusing its fuel cell efforts solely on hydrogen made from natural gas, because production methods will be dependent upon a country’s economy and natural resources, a company executive tells Ward’s. “The real beauty of hydrogen is you can make it from just about anything you want to make it from,” Byron McCormick, GM executive director-fuel cell activities, says during an interview here at the GM Technical Center. “So it (the development of a ...
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