From Detroit Free Press
DEARBORN, MI — Metaldyne Chief Executive Tim Leuliette said industry and government should establish a partnership to move the nation away from oil dependence and toward a hydrogen-based economy.
Speaking Wednesday at the Automotive News World Congress in Dearborn, Mich., Leuliette said oil dependence is the most critical issue facing the automotive industry. He proposed a campaign, dubbed the Hydrogen Project, that would rival the moon race of the 1960s and the Manhattan Project in the 1940s, which ushered the United States into the nuclear age. Leuliette made headlines in 2002 for his campaign against steel-import tariffs.
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