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PSA Peugeot Citroen committed to hybrid technology

PSA Peugeot Citroen and the CEA (the French Atomic Energy Comission) have unveiled a new ‘GENEPAC’ fuel cell stack, with long-term plans to use it in passenger cars.

The two companies joined forces in order to develop a compact and efficient fuel stack with a rating of up to 107bhp.

The companies will initially focus on integrating the technology in urban delivery vehicle fleets.

They will also be developing an electric vehicle concept equipped with a hydrogen-powered fuel cell designed to improve range.

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