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California Fuel-Cell Auto Program Adds GM Van, Methanol Station

April 26, 2002

California's Fuel Cell Partnership has added aprototype minivan from General Motors Corp. and a methanol fueling station to its test of the lower polluting systems, according to a Bloomberg News story by Alan Ohnsman.The world's largest automaker shipped the HydroGen1 to the industry-government venture that plans to put as many as 70 fuel-cell autos on the road by 2003.The hydrogen-fueled minivan joins California test vehicles from Ford Motor Co., Toyota MotorCorp., DaimlerChrysler AG, Honda Motor Co. and Nissan Motor Co.
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