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Japan is counting on hydrogen and fuel cells to cut carbon emissions and oil imports – and Toyota and Honda are going along for the ride. The Japanese government aims to see 800,000 fuel cell vehicles on its roads by 2030, being fueled by a national network of 900 hydrogen stations. That would shoot up […]

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Imagine: It’s the year 2025, and the global automotive landscape has shifted significantly toward reliance upon “alterative powertrains and alternative fuels.” This could be true if projections by LMC Automotive, a strategic partner of J.D. Power come to pass. According to the forecast, 36 percent of an estimated 110 million passenger vehicles sold by then […]

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