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GM, Honda and BMW form joint hydrogen venture

Honda, General Motors and BMW have agreed to jointly develop technologies for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and hydrogen-powered engines, under the banner of an LH (Liquid Hydrogen) Consortium.

During the initial stage of the joint venture, the three companies will research and develop the technologies required to safely supply extremely low-temperature liquid hydrogen to vehicles through shared mechanisms to reduce development and potentially, manufacturing costs.

The three firms aim to standardize fuel nozzles, filler necks and other related components to establish a safe hydrogen supply system.

The joint venture agreement does not extend to any planned joint manufacture of fuel cell vehicles.

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