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By Shane Lasley
Metal Tech News 

GM powers trains, planes and automobiles

Partnerships validate fuel cell, lithium battery technologies Metal Tech News – June 23, 2021


Last updated 7/10/2022 at 3:23pm

General Motors lithium battery hydrogen fuel cells electric aircraft Hydrotec

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GM Fuel Cell Controls and Process Engineer Joe Truchan operates a coating machine in the fuel cell laboratory at the GM Global Propulsion Systems Pontiac Engineering Center.

Semis, trains, and now planes, General Motors' Hydrotec hydrogen fuel cell technology is offering a zero-carbon-emissions alternative to powering the way goods and people are being transported.

Hydrogen fuel cells such as the Hydrotec technology developed by GM are much like batteries that generate their own electricity and heat by splitting hydrogen molecules into electrons and protons – ele...

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