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Byron McCormick is the executive director of General Motors' Global Fuel Cell Activities. In the first part of an AutoblogGreen interview, he offered thoughts on the advantages of hydrogen and what technology may be found in a production fuel-cell vehicle. Now he discusses infrastructure, the fuel-cell customer and vehicle maintenance.
Byron McCormick is executive director of General Motor's Fuel Cell Activities. AutoblogGreen sat down with McCormick during a break at the recent Sequel drive for journalists in Southern California. In this first of a 2-part interivew, McCormick discusses the advantages of hydrogen and what consumers may expect when GM offers a production fuel-cell vehicle. AutoblogGreen: Since electricity is needed to produce hydrogen, wouldn't it be a better model to put the electricity directly into the car
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