PARIS – Global coordination and greater investment is needed if the cars of the future are to run on hydrogen fuel, say delegates at a conference here this month. Elevated costs, refueling networks and production means all are problems that must be tackled, but more basic issues must be dealt with immediately if hydrogen is to fulfill its potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve energy security for the transport sector. Says Robert Dixon, head of energy technology policy ...
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