GM has pledged to spend $44 million to build a fleet of 40 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles to distrubute across the country and DaimlerChrysler will invest more than $70 million to place fuel cell vehicles with consumers for feedback. All these promises are made with the U.S. Department of Energy in hopes to make the fuel cell a viable reality in the next five years. For GM and DC's sake let's hope that the fuel cell goes somewhere because they haven't been too active in the hybrid scene. Though both companies have rencently united for a dual stage hybrid aimed to give large trucks better fuel mileage which is due out in a little over a year. These two are in bed an awful lot lately.
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