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The car companies that will be left behind are those putting their eggs in the fuel cell basket. While electric infrastructure is ubiquitous, a hydrogen refueling infrastructure needs to be built from scratch. That, plus the rapidly decreasing costs for batteries (while fuel cells remain high-cost), seals the deal.

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