Shell opens first hydrogen retail site in Iceland


LONDON, April 24 (Reuters) - Royal Dutch/Shell opened the world's first hydrogen gas retail station in Iceland's capital Reykjavik on Thursday, which will be used to power commercial buses, the energy major said. Fuel cell buses made by DaimlerChrysler will use the compressed hydrogen to produce electricity with no emissions of greenhouse gases, which are blamed for global warming. "Today's opening is an important stepping stone along the long road to a commercially viable hydrogen ...

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