By on February 1, 2011

More little steps on the hydrogen fuel cell front, part of the walk-up to the big 2015 launch: Hyundai signed a memorandum of understanding with Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Iceland to supply hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles to public organizations in a pilot program, The Nikkei [sub] reports.

Hyundai will supply the cars gratis. “The initial agreement will help Hyundai Motor Group to take the lead in the hydrogen fuel cell car market in Europe,” says a slightly optimistic statement. Be it as it may, there is definitely something afoot with Hydrogen in Europe, Korea and Japan.

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