New Jersey State Sen. Peter Inverso reportedly has introduced legislation he believes will give New Jersey a worldwide leadership position in the development and manufacture of fuel cell vehicles (FCVs). Inverso's legislation proposes the state begin by purchasing FCVs for state use, create a business tax credit for FCVs, create a fuel use commission and establish an FCV research center at Rutgers University. All of this is said to be in the interest of clean air and FCV industrial ...
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