SACRAMENTO, CA – Within three months, General Motors Corp. will demonstrate a home hydrogen-refueling unit, company executives say here during a media briefing on the auto maker’s non-polluting and low-emissions technologies. The prototype is part of GM’s ultimate vision of the future: a stationary home unit that makes hydrogen and allows consumers to fill fuel cell vehicles at home. GM also wants fuel cell vehicles to be capable of providing auxiliary or emergency power to houses. ...
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