GENERAL MOTORS AND HONDA will build a hydrogen fuel elements factory

Currently there are only a few models of hydrogen cars, the rate of growth is relatively low compared to electric motors, it is not clear how this type of transport is in the future. As the source reported, the automaker General Motors (GM) and Honda are going to build a factory with a joint effort to produce the hydrogen fuel elements for the company's cars. The General Establishment Fuel Cell System Manufacturing will be located in the state of Michigan in Brownstown. From 2020, each partner will invest $ 85 million in the project.