$60 million Ballard-Volkswagen deal headlines a flurry of fuel cell activity, but technology's prospects remain dim

The past few months have seen a flurry of activity in automotive fuel cells. Ballard Power Systems has signed a research contract with Volkswagen worth about $60 million to $100 million over four to six years. The two will work on designing, manufacturing, testing, and integrating fuel cells into pr...

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