Staying “on message” that fuel-cell vehicles (FCVs) are the long-term solution to sustainable personal transportation, General Motors Corp. recently treated journalists to a look at new advances in nuclear power at the Idaho National Laboratory. What does nuclear power have to do with FCVs that GM says could be on the road and cost-competitive (relative to volume) with today’s internal-combustion engine vehicles as soon as 2012? Electricity derived from nuclear power plants, says GM, is ...
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