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Old 05-03-2009, 09:23 AM   #1
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Fuel Cell

We have been in the Palm Springs area since January and have seen a whole bunch of fuel cell public transportation buses on the street. No smell and no emissions. Anybody know anything about them????
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About fuel cells? Or about Buses in Palm Springs?

Fuel cells are in trial/experimental use in several places, mostly on large vehicles. There was also a company trying to bring fuel cell powered generator to the market. There are some fuel cell powered devices available at Fuel Cell Store.com offers fuel cells and related products

No fuel cell powered RVs yet, though.
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