2020s: The Hydrogen Decade

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The world’s great powers are starting to put serious money into promoting hydrogen as a mainstream world power source. The perennially energy-strapped Japan is currently leading the world in hydrogen powered vehicles, says the Nikkei, with 3,757 cars serviced by 135 hydrogen-enabled filling stations. The cars cost around $68,000 after a $9,669 government subsidy. The government …

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