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GM and Honda join forces to make hydrogen fuel cells for ‘various products’

FCSM hydrogen facility
An employee assembles a fuel cell system in the module final assembly at GM and Honda’s fuel cell joint venture in Brownstown, Michigan. | Image: Santa Fabio for General Motors

General Motors and Honda announced that their joint venture company, FCSM, has begun production of hydrogen fuel cells that will eventually make their way into “various product applications.”

Hydrogen fuel cells use compressed hydrogen as their fuel, releasing water vapor as its only emission. A number of automakers have recently seized on the technology for its advantages in the development of heavy-duty vehicles and mobile power generators — and as a way to further transition away from polluting gas-powered vehicles.

FCSM, which stands for “Fuel Cell System Manufacturing,” was established in 2017 as a joint venture between GM and…

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