Senate votes to commit about $200m to fuel cell funding, despite indications from the White House that it would like to see green investment targeted elsewhere
The US Senate has overturned attempts by President Obama's administration to cut funding for hydrogen research by voting to commit nearly $200m (£121m) to hydrogen car development. Energy secretary...
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