Fuel-cell vehicles are falling behind the pace set by Bloom Energy

Auto OEMs continue to announce modest fuel-cell vehicle (FCV) roll outs with target dates starting in the next few years. Most recently, Edmunds reports that Hyundai plans to make 2,000 FCVs available globally for lease between 2012 and 2014, most likely SUVs like the Tucson FCV, which Hyundai intro...

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