Fuel cell vehicles keep limping along toward an uncertain future

Toyota recently announced that it will place over 100 of its latest fuel cell prototype, the FCHV-adv, with universities, private companies, and government agencies in both California and New York over the next three years. The company claims that the primary goal of this demonstration program is to...

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