GM & Honda’s hydrogen fuel cell facility begins mass production in America



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General Motors (GM) and Honda have disclosed that their collaborative 50-50 joint venture focusing on a hydrogen fuel cell facility in Michigan is prepared to commence commercial production. In 2017, these two longstanding automakers came together to create the Fuel Cell System Manufacturing LLC (FCSM), marking the inauguration of the first extensive facility for manufacturing fuel cell systems. Situated in Brownstown, Michigan, the FCSM encompasses a substantial area of 70,000 square feet.






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