DEARBORN, MI – The auto industry and U.S. government should focus on diesels, not fuel cells, if it wants to address fuel efficiency and environmental issues sooner rather than later, a top executive for Navistar International Corp. tells the Detroit Economic Club here. “Fuel cell technology has been a promising technology for well over 100 years. But to become reality it will require an unprecedented effort, ” says John R. Horne, chairman and CEO for the Illinois-based manufacturer of ...

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