Japan's Big Carmakers Gang Up In Support Of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles, At Least Officially

Japanese automakers and their government are gung-ho about turning Japan into a hydrogen nation. Powered by funds supplied by the Development Bank of Japan, all three major Japanese automakers, Toyota, Nissan and Honda, have banded together with major …
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