The 11 world records for endurance that General Motors Corp.'s fuel cell technology set last week likely won't last long — the automaker's next-generation fuel cell equipment promises major upgrades in performance size, complexity and cost reduction. GM's Stack 2000 fuel cell system will be tested in HydroGen2, a modified Opel Zafira minivan much like HydroGen1 used to test GM's Stack 1999 technology. HydroGen1 set world records last week during a 24-hour endurance run at GM's Desert ...
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