The program has not slowed down at all. The issue is, going forward, do we have sufficient money to operate at that rateGM says hydrogen power needs funding Jul 29, 2009
The Court finds the memorial at Mount Soledad, including its Latin cross, communicates the primarily non-religious messages of military service, death, and sacrificeJudge rules in favor of giant Calif. cross Jul 30, 2008
I don't have any illusions I'm going to be the last word on thisFight over San Diego cross back in court Apr 16, 2008
We are driving to have compelling and affordable fuel cell cars on the road by the end of the decadeGM unveils Hy-wire fuel cell prototype Aug 14, 2002
It will take about 20 years to replace a worldwide generation of cars ... I can envision a world where we (replace) the internal combustion engine at a significant rateLiving Today: Issues of modern living Jun 04, 2002
Lawrence D. Burns is the former corporate vice president of Research and Development for General Motors. Burns oversaw GM's advanced technology, innovation programs, and corporate strategy. He was a member of GM’s Automotive Strategy Board and Automotive Product Board. Within GM, he personally championed vehicle electrification, “connected” vehicles, fuel cells, bio-fuels, advanced batteries, autonomous driving, and a series of innovative concept vehicles. He has been a leading advocate for design and technology innovation focused on the total customer experience and the application of operations research. . He is a co-author of Reinventing the Automobile: Personal Urban Mobility for the 21st Century.
Burns was invited to speak at the 2005 TED Conference.