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Hindenburg fears hinder hydrogen fuel cells use

Such perceptions represent one of the biggest hurdles for Toyota and Shell as they seek to make hydrogen fuel cells a commercial alternative to petrol-powered cars
Wednesday, March 1, 2017 - 05:50

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A driver tanking up a Mirai hydrogen fuel-powered car by Toyota Motor Corp. Shell’s most optimistic scenario is to be supplying hundreds of tonnes of hydrogen to the cars by 2030, says Mr Tipper.

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TAXI driver Theo Ellis, the first person in Europe to drive Toyota Motor Corp's hydrogen-powered Mirai sedan for business, loves telling passengers about the technology that emits nothing but water.

They ask him about its costs, greenness, and the majority inquire about

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