Although public sentiment arguably has shifted away from hydrogen fuel-cell technology and towards plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, General Motors Co. says it will not give up the former in favor of the latter. “The one thing GM wants to avoid is being surprised by the future,” John Bereisa, director-fuel cell propulsion systems and advanced engineering and technology development at GM. “That is why we continue to work on fuel cells.” GM jumped out in front on the development of ...
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