Los Angeles Auto Show (LAAS)
Lou Ann Hammond and Beth Lowery, GM vice president, Environment and Energy, take a ride in the Chevy Equinox and talk about the future of hydrogen.
With the delivery of a Chevy Equinox Fuel Cell Electric vehicle, the EPA GM vice president of environment, energy, and safety talk about the future of hydrogen and why EPA is an important partner for Project Driveway.
Beth Lowery, General Motor’s vice president of environment, energy, and safety talks of the Chevy Equinox Fuel Cell vehicle in real-world driving situations. GM aims to be the first to make 1 million hydrogen cars. The future depends on regions where hydrogen refueling is currently feasible so that the new zero-emission Chevrolet Equinox Fuel Cell. can be fueled.
The EPA will use the fuel cell electric Chevy Equinox in its fleet for normal commercialization of this important technology, and for going green.
They also have the Project Equinox, which is fuel cell vehicles [FCVs] and more than 100 that includes plug-in hybrids and vehicles such as a Chevy Volt. Well, the hydrogen fuel cell vehicle would have no CO2 emissions.