China needs to strengthen its infrastructure for the distribution of hydrogen as a fuel to accelerate development of its fuel-cell vehicle industry, a former science minister widely regarded as a key promoter of electric vehicles in China told a conference on Tuesday.
“Experience tells us the most important thing for developing hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles is to build infrastructure that integrates hydrogen production, storage and transportation,” Wan Gang, vice chairman of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, told . . .
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