General Motors Corp. and FedEx Corp. make history in Tokyo, as a FedEx Express driver piloting GM's HydroGen3 fuel-cell vehicle delivers packages to Showa Shell Sekiyu K.K. and the Meridien Grand Pacific Hotel. The event marks the first commercial use of a fuel-cell vehicle in Japan. “This is another key step toward true commercialization – when we can sell large numbers of fuel-cell vehicles to consumers at prices they can afford and that also makes sound financial sense for GM,” says ...
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