Stack market analysis

Crosse, Jesse
June 2001
Automotive Engineer;Jun2001, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p76
Trade Publication
Reports on the competition among car manufacturers to market with a fuel cell passenger car as of June 2001. Development of a running fuel cell engine prototype, stack by automobile manufacturer Ford Motor Co.; Manufacturer of the stack; Features of the stack; Safety systems of the stack; Trend of moving from an oil-based infrastructure to a hydrogen based fuel system.


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