LOS ANGELES, May 21 (Reuters) - Southern California Edison and a technology arm of Chevron Corp. opened a hydrogen fuel cell demonstration station at So Cal Ed's headquarters in suburban Los Angeles on Monday. The five-year project is co-funded by the U.S. Energy Department and will be an "electrolyzer" hydrogen fuel cell station in Rosemead, California, So Cal Ed said. So Cal Ed is a subsidiary of Edison International based in Rosemead. This is one of five Chevron partnership hydrogen ...
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