The successful rollout of hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles is a “chicken or the egg” dilemma where automakers are reluctant to market cars without infrastructure, and fuel providers are reluctant to build stations without cars. But a new University of California, Davis report says this impasse may be ending with regional public-private partnerships emerging to develop smart, comprehensive build-out strategies in different locations around the globe. These new infrastructure paradigms ...

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