LONDON – A European Commission plan to free up the market for hydrogen-powered cars and pump money into development is gaining momentum. Auto makers and research bodies are hoping the proposals, announced in Brussels in October, survive passage through the European Parliament and the European Union Council of Ministers – the EU’s legislative bodies. The EC plan calls for public-private investment of €940 million ($1.4 billion) to back a 6-year hydrogen and fuel-cell development program. ...
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