Even by 2027, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles will still account for fewer than one in 1,000 new cars, study says.
Reuters scopes out the competing visions in Japan and China for an alternative-powertrain future, with huge investment in support of the either the FCEV or EV.
Hyundai leased around 70 hydrogen-powered Tucson fuel-cell CUVs in the US in the first year. The reason for the limited number is a lack of H2 stations.
Connecticut's new $1-million CHEAPR EV incentive offers up to $3,000 for new plug-in and hydrogen vehicles, but one popular PHEV won't qualify for max amount.