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GM wants cleaner air
June 14, 2001: 7:26 p.m. ET

Automaker teams up with General Hydrogen to develop fuel cell technology
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NEW YORK (CNNfn) - General Motors Corp. said it wants to build vehicles that use cleaner-burning fuel cells instead of gasoline-powered engines. The automaker recently signed a 25-year partnership with General Hydrogen to speed the development of a refueling infrastructure to support fuel cell technology.

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Byron McCormick, co-executive director of GM's Global Alternative Propulsion Center, appeared on CNNfn's The N.E.W. Show with a more in-depth look. graphic





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