Fuel-cell powered cars aren’t around the corner. Fuel cells create electricity from a chemical reaction between hydrogen and oxygen and their only exhaust is water vapor. Because they can be refueled in a few minutes instead of taking hours to recharge like traditional batteries, they’re considered by many to be the ultimate answer to the auto industry's emissions and fuel economy woes. But behind the scenes the world’s auto makers are breaking ranks and choosing up sides on what to ...
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