Automakers have been asked to bid for financing from the second phase of the European Union’s fuel cells and hydrogen  joint undertaking, which will sink €1.33 billion ($1.8 billion) into hydrogen-based energy and transport-fuel technology until 2020. Coordinated by the EU's executive body, the European Commission, the research scheme will see the EU contribute up to €665 million ($900 million) to projects, leveraging at least that amount from private sources. ...

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