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  • Japanese car makers look to fuel cells
  • Japanese car makers look to fuel cells
    MIKI Yoshihito ©
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Japanese car makers look to fuel cells

Japanese car manufacturers are pushing to create affordable fuel cell vehicles (FCV). In 2013, the Japanese government provided ¥4.6 billion ($45 million) to build hydrogen refuelling stations, as attitudes towards the environment change in Asia.

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