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Japan Bets on Hot Air

In the Economist, David McNeill says the Japanese government is pushing what it hopes will be the clean fuel of the future

"The dawn of a true hydrogen society" was how Shinzo Abe, Japan's prime minister, last month described the opening of Tokyo's first hydrogen fueling station. Mr. Abe himself was the first to take delivery of a new fuel-cell car manufactured by Toyota, the Japanee carmaker, when it went on sale in December. It is the world's first commercial hydrogen cr, which Toyota has named "Mirai": the "future." Read the article

Published in: Dispatches

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