(John Kemp is a Reuters market analyst. The views expressed are his own) By John Kemp LONDON, May 25 (Reuters) - Widespread use of alternative motor fuels has been hampered by lack of fuel distribution infrastructure, despite strongly favourable economics for alternatives to gasoline and diesel, and a range of financial incentives offered by U.S. federal and state governments. The U.S. federal government's commitment to alternatives, coupled with renewed interest among large commercial ...
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