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Automakers are betting that hydrogen-fueled cars are the future. But a long road awaits.

By Royal Ford
Globe Staff / October 31, 2005

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MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Automakers are betting billions the future of driving will be fueled by hydrogen. The Tokyo Auto Show, which opened last week, was dominated by clean and green prototypes designed to wean the world from dwindling supplies of fossil fuels. (Full article: 1093 words)

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