PARIS – At a time when Toyota Motor Corp. has advanced its launch plans by a year, Renault SA is sticking with a timeline that aims to market fuel cell vehicles closer to the end of the decade. Renault recently announced three new contracts for fuel cell research, looking at them as either auxiliary power units or a source of energy for motors. Late this year, Toyota plans to lease 20 of its FCHV-4 fuel cell hybrids to government agencies, researchers and companies in Japan and the U.S. ...
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