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Every now and then fuel cell drive technology is given a boost, but the concern is that this has been happening on a regular basis for more than 25 years. In addition, the fact that considerable progress has been made with battery-electric vehicles has led to hydrogen technology repeatedly being put on the back burner. But fuel cell cars present a major opportunity for manufacturers to bring the value chain back in-house, something which will no longer be possible with traction batteries. ...
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