REYKJAVIK, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Iceland made its hydrogen filling station, the world's first when it opened to serve buses four years ago, available for use by private cars on Wednesday. This is the latest step in a pilot project conceived by Icelandic New Energy, a company backed by the government, academics and private firms, that aims to have up to 40 hydrogen cars on the roads of the capital by the end of 2009. "The future prospects for hydrogen are very bright," Jon Bjorn Skulason, ...
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