The U.K. government announces a £6.6 million ($9.8 million) expansion of the hydrogen refueling system with its approval of seven new projects. Business Minister Matthew Hancock says the spending involves an initial network of 12 hydrogen refueling stations and a new mobile station that will be used across the south of England, as well as upgrades to existing hydrogen demonstrator stations. Hancock says in a statement the development represents a significant step in enabling the use ...

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