Key business leaders speak on pioneering technologies for low-emission vehicles

This article titled “Hydrogen entrepreneurs at the forefront of the clean car revolution” was written by Jon Card, for theguardian.com on Tuesday 25th October 2016 06.35 UTC

Hydrogen is regarded by many as the fuel of the future. Hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) are emissions free, can match the performance of regular cars and are set to become increasingly available to consumers. Nonetheless, they have their critics. There’s still division on whether electric vehicles should be powered by hydrogen or with a battery. Makers of battery-powered electric vehicles (EVs), most notably Tesla Cars CEO Elon Musk, dismiss FCEVs as expensive and inefficient. There is also a lack of infrastructure to support them.

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