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South Australia To Embrace Hydrogen Fuel

south australia is continuing its push to stay at the pointy end of the automotive industry as the day for local manufacturing come to an end. already willing to participate in testing for autonomous cars, sa is now also looking to commit to hydrogen fuel to power tomorrow's fuel-cell vehicles. state premier jay weatherill said hydrogen is “the ultimate clean energy fuel”, and “by embracing a hydrogen economy, our cars, buses, trucks and power stations could soon.
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