Tuesday, 23 May 2017

General Motors’ Fuel Cell Chief Sees Hydrogen’s Future on Land, Sea and in the Air

Source: TRUCKS.COM, 22nd May 2017, by John O'Dell

John O'Dell reported, "General Motors, once a very public leader in the move to develop hydrogen fuel cells for transportation use, has been pretty quiet on the subject for the past decade. Recently though, GM announced a joint venture with Honda to build a fuel cell manufacturing plant, and, with the U.S. Army, has begun testing a military vehicle, the ZH2, that’s based on a heavily modified, fuel cell powered Chevrolet Colorado midsize pickup. GM has invested at least $2.5 billion in the technology in just the past two decades. (...)

Read more at: https://www.trucks.com/2017/05/22/general-motors-fuel-cell-chief-hydrogen-future/