GLRPPR Sector Resource: Chevy Sequel Drives Into History Books
Chevy Sequel Drives Into History Books
General Motors Corp. made history recently as its Chevy Sequel became the first electrically-driven fuel cell vehicle to achieve 300 miles on one tank of hydrogen, in and out of traffic on public roads, while producing zero emissions. In addition, the hydrogen produced at Niagara Falls, used to fuel Sequel, was derived from hydropower. This means that the entire process -- from the creation of the hydrogen to the use of the fuel in the vehicle -- was virtually carbon dioxide (CO2) free.
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Date of Publication:
May 15, 2007
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