LONDON – Mirroring the Damascene conversion in the U.S., the European Union appears to be awakening to the potential of hydrogen as a means of powering automotive engines. BMW says hydrogen IC engines first step toward hydrogen economy. The EU just announced an ambitious program to develop what the European Commission says will be "a fully integrated hydrogen economy within the next few decades." As a start, the Commission next month will launch the European Hydrogen and ...
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