NEW YORK – The absence of hydrogen refueling stations will slow the growth of fuel-cell vehicle sales, says Atakan Ozbek, director of energy research for ABI Research, a New York think tank. "Forecasts for this market must now be revised sharply downwards," says Ozbek, noting there are some hydrogen refueling stations in California and the European Union is establishing such facilities in nine European cities. (See related story: Toyota Steps Up California Fuel Cell Program) He says real ...

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