Iceland debuts the world's first retail hydrogen station.
By Jenny Everett
Posted 08.20.2003 at 6:08 pm 0 Comments
President Bush assured Americans in January's State of the Union address that with his $1.7 billion five-year hydrogen initiative, "America can lead the world in developing clean, hydrogen-powered automobiles." In April, however, while U.S. automakers tinkered with prototypes, Iceland opened the world's first retail hydrogen-fuel pumps in a converted Shell station in Reykjavik.
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