The International Energy Agency (IEA) is warning that demand for hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles may not reach the critical mass required for a dramatic switch to the technology. Instead, the Paris-based think tank predicts, other low-carbon technologies, such as biofuels, might gain ground over traditional gasoline and diesel automobiles. The IEA’s warning comes in a detailed assessment of the prospects for hydrogen fuel-cell technologies. It says in the most favorable market conditions, ...

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