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Powering up

General Motors' plan for fuel cells

* It seeks partner to help build stationary fuel cells

* Sales could start as early as 2003

* Unit uses same fuel cell, reformer as vehicles

* Fuel cell could be scaled up to power neighborhoods, hospitals or factories



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