General Motors Corp. will enter the back-up power systems market by 2004 by selling stationary fuel cells to businesses that require a reliable, uninterruptible supply of energy. The auto maker wants to tap the multi-billion market for ``premium power,'' such as data communications companies and hospitals willing to pay as much as $1,000/kWh for reliable power. Such power is interrupted an average of just more than three seconds a year, compared with an average of 8.76 hours a year for ...

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