MALIBU, CA – By 2008, General Motors Corp. will make a decision vital to its fuel-cell vehicle (FCV) plans when it selects a technology to store hydrogen in its future cars and trucks. GM aims by 2010 to design and validate a fuel-cell propulsion system that is competitive with current internal-combustion systems on durability and performance and ultimately can be built at scale affordably. Onboard hydrogen storage is one of the most significant challenges still facing the auto maker. “I ...
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