Bad pun, but that's the state of the market for companies pushing fuel cell research. Unlike the popular gas-electric hybrids, fuel cell vehicles are a departure from the internal combustion engine, and possibly an entirely new infrastructure to support hydrogen fueling stations, that is unless the vehicles can create their own. Automotive News sat down with the CEO of Ballard Power Systems and discussed how Wall Street skeptics have hindered fuel cell advances. Wonder if oil moguls have anything to do with this? Conspiracy theories anyone? The GM Sequel hydrogen concept is shown.
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