SACRAMENTO, California, U.S.A. — With the race heating up to develop passenger-vehicle fuel-cell power for early in the next century, DaimlerChrysler AG and other automakers are developing plans for worldwide fuel-cell production facilities (see GM-Toyota story p. 3). DC is partnered with Canada's Ballard Power Systems, the world's leading developer of fuel-cell components, which will integrate fuel-cell systems and is responsible for developing the fuel-cell “stack” itself. A DC/Ballard ...

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