Nissan Plans Fuel Cell Tie-up
OKYO, Japan --Japanese carmaker Nissan Motor will jointly develop a fuel cell with the U.S. group United Technologies Corp., according to a report Tuesday.
Nissan had already announced in December a fuel cell power plant developed by UTC Fuel Cells, a unit of United Technologies, would be used in its X-Trail FCV test vehicle this year.
Nissan said then it had won approval from the Japanese government to test the hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicle on public roads in Japan in 2003.
Nissan is already testing other fuel cell vehicles on U.S. roads, using technology from Canada's Ballard Power Systems.
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