A significant number of fuel cell vehicles will be on the road by 2010, the head of General Motors Corp.'s fuel cell program said July 29 at the dedication of a new research facility, according to a Associated Press report. "Given our current technological momentum and business realities, we expect to see compelling and affordable fuel cell vehicles on the road by the end of the decade," said Larry Burns, vice president of research, development and planning. Burns said GM planned to market stationary fuel cell power units used to generate electricity for homes or businesses even sooner, according to AP.