Japan plans adoption of fuel cell vehicles by 2015

The Japanese government is working towards a steady supply of high grade hydroden and researchers have developed a low-cost replacement for platinum and palladium, which are used by fuel cells to create electicity.

Being a large island smaller than the state of California, Japan is perfectly poised for this type of venture. Much less infrastructure will need to be built in comparison to say the United States or European Union to support hydrogen cars and Japan is right on track to make this conversion happen.

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