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  • "If you learn enough and you're encouraged enough, then you go to that next generation and put more vehicles out there. That stimulates more stations. You can broaden your geographical area," Mr. Burns said.

    GM takes next step to develop fuel cells →

  • GM's organizational change, announced last week, shows the company is confident enough in its research to take the step toward making the cars, Mr. Burns said.

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