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In December, DaimlerChrylser will more than double the number of fuel cell vehicles it has placed in the United States.  That puts the company on track to meeting its promise of having 100 fuel cell vehicles by the end of the year, acording to Andreas Schell, Senior Manager Fuel Cell Systems Advance Vehicle Engineering, Chrysler Group.

Adding to what is already the largest fleet of fuel cell automobiles in the world, the recent U.S. arrivals consist of Mercedes F-Cell passenger cars and medium-duty Dodge Fuel Cell Sprinter Vans. The 19 vehicles are currently being prepped for customers in California and Michigan.


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