Despite recognizing that a hydrogen infrastructure will not be in place by 2010, GM plans to go ahead with the production of hydrogen fuel cell cars. Mohsen Shabana, GM's chief engineer on the fuel cell project made this announcement at presentation in Paul Springs, California.
Most of you are probably aware that GM has been doing hydrogen research for a long time now. They are on the third version of their Sequel, and have made great progress in its capabilities. This still does not solve the major problems with hydrogen, namely that it takes more power to capture it than it gives off in operation. So, maybe they are counting on home fueling stations?

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[Source: Fuel Cell Works]


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