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DaimlerChrysler Deal with DOE on Fuel Cells

DaimlerChrysler, like GM (earlier post), has entered into an agreement with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to further develop fuel cell vehicles in the United States. DaimlerChrysler will invest more than $70 million in this partnership.

The five-year agreement, part of the DOE Controlled Fleet and Hydrogen Infrastructure Demonstration and Validation Project, links DaimlerChrysler, BP and other companies as partners to help increase public awareness through outreach and demonstration programs. 



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what is it going to take to become an actual customer of the fuel cell test cars.

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