AMSTERDAM, June 29 (Reuters) - Anglo-Dutch oil giant Royal Dutch Shell Plc. said on Thursday that it is working with Dutch public transport and MAN Truck & Bus Company to create a fleet of hydrogen-fueled buses in Rotterdam. "The project aims to have the largest hydrogen bus fleet operational in a single region before the end of the decade," Shell said in a statement. Under the plan, more than 20 buses with hydrogen combustion engines will be manufactured by the bus builder MAN and ...
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