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50-year-old Electrovan was first fuel cell technology transfer from JFK's moonshot challenge

The year 1966 brought the TV debuts of "Batman" and "Star Trek," which both enjoy a cultlike following 50 years later. With less fanfare in the same season, General Motors tested the Electrovan, the world's first hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicle.
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