Automakers Praise Bush's Support of Hydrogen Cells
Automakers hailed President Bush's commitment this week to spend $1.2 billion on development of a new kind of automobile that runs on hydrogen.
General Motors Corp., which has touted its effort to build a car powered by hydrogen fuel cells for more than a year, released a statement Wednesday in response to the ideas Bush laid out in his State of the Union address.
"We're very supportive of the president's initiative on hydrogen and will support the administration in any way possible," the automaker said.
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