Daimler takes a cautious approach to hydrogen vehicle development

At the 2008 Merit Review of DOE's Hydrogen and Fuel Cell program, we caught up with Dr. Eberhard Schmidt-Ihn, a senior-level scientist at Daimler and a long-term reviewer in the company's hydrogen fuel cell vehicle efforts. We were somewhat surprised to run into Dr. Schmidt-Ihn at the meeting; since...

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