DETROIT – It’s more than a year late, but the delay in cutting the ribbon on a hydrogen fuel pump at a Shell station in Washington will not affect General Motor Corp.’s timeline to sell fuel-cell vehicles by 2010. “We have not seen anything that indicates we cannot hit the target we’ve set for ourselves,” Larry Burns, GM vice president-research and development and planning, says during a conference call to mark the Nov. 10 opening. “We’re very encouraged by our progress.” GM’s R and D ...
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