MUMBAI – The Indian government and the country’s auto industry jointly declare their intention to initiate a hydrogen economy by 2020 through two new projects. More than 1 million hydrogen-powered vehicles is the long-term goal of the Green Initiative for Future Transport (GIFT). Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata heads the government steering group on hydrogen energy for transport and power and submitted a “Hydrogen Energy Road Map” last year. “Hydrogen would provide clean, reliable, ...

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