Honda Motor Co. Ltd.'s FCX and Toyota Motor Corp.'s FCHV fuel cell vehicles receive motor vehicle type certification from the Japanese government, meaning the cars can be sold to the public. On March 31 Japan's Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport became the first governmental body in the world to enact legislation for safety and environmental standards for vehicles powered by pressurized hydrogen, says Honda. Previous to this the governmental body certified individual fuel ...

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