November 15, 2023
Join Charlie Freese, executive director of General Motors’ fuel cell business, for an engaging conversation on fuel cells and how they fit into GM’s electrification strategy during a December 5 webinar. From severe-duty, earth-moving vehicles, to cross-country trucking, to auxiliary aircraft power, GM’s view is that hydrogen is an ideal alternative to diesel.
Freese will address how fuel cells work, what applications they are best suited for, and why fuel cells are an ideal alternative to diesel, as well as discuss GM’s fuel cell plans and its customers for the technology.
He is GM’s Executive Director of the Global HYDROTEC Fuel Cell Business, BEV2 (Battery Electric Vehicle) Programs, Innovation, & Defense product execution. His team executes diverse programs: introducing GM’s first commercial HYDROTEC hydrogen fuel cell systems; the company’s highest volume battery electric vehicle program – Chevrolet Bolt EV & EUV; home charging systems; and a lunar Mobility Vehicle (LMV) co-development program with Lockheed.
The organization also manages GM’s fuel cell product engineering co-development and manufacturing joint venture with Honda (FCSM LLC), in addition to new electrified commercial trucks, electrified locomotives, an electrolyzer collaboration with Nel, and aerospace applications.
Sign up for the webinar now to hear all about it and for the opportunity to ask your own questions.
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