[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Modine Manufacturing Company announced it is now supplying humidification and water management components to Volkswagen for their fuel cell hybrid vehicle – the Touran HyMotion. Modine has been working on developing this fuel cell technology for the past year. Over the next year, the Company will continue working with Europe’s biggest carmaker to optimize these and other critical components for its fuel cell systems. This is Volkswagen’s latest endeavor into the fuel cell hybrid automobile market, and part of the car company’s global effort to reduce vehicle emissions. Modine technology is already at work in high profile automotive fuel cell projects with Ballard Power Systems Inc., such as water management components for the PEM fuel cell engine that Ballard is currently supplying to DaimlerChrysler, Ford and others. In addition, Modine is supplying stack cooling modules along with other heat exchangers for the Ballard fuel cell engine used in more than 30 buses which are part of the CUTE Program (Clean Urban Transport for Europe), as well as for the Gillig Corporation bus for the California Fuel Cell Partnership.