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GM, Army engineers sound off on potential benefits of hydrogen-fueled electric fleet in truck demo

GM, Army engineers sound off on potential benefits of hydrogen-fueled electric fleet in truck demo

General Motors has developed a hydrogen fuel-cell powered electric truck, in cooperation with U.S. Army engineers, that can move quickly and stealthily over sand and rocks, acting as a zero-emissions power generator capable of creating water as a by-product.

Representatives of the automaker and members of the Army’s Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) showed off a prototype model of a ZH2 hydrogen fuel-cell electric Chevy Colorado truck last week at the ARCO gas station in La Cañada Flintridge, which opened a hydrogen...

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