But (Gut Gott!!), the gas is back. This time powering a fleet of cars that Mazda is selling in Norway. The fleet of vehicles, if successful, will be followed by other green forms of transport that the Norwegians are keen to introduce.
The guys from Tech.co.uk have the story
The first hydrogen-powered cars to be sold outside Japan will soon be taking to the roads of our near neighbour Norway, after an environmentally friendly deal between the government there and Mazda
Norway’s HyNor Project will take delivery of 30 Mazda RX-8 Hydrogen RE cars next summer as part of a plan to do away with traditionally fuelled vehicles. The project’s test bed is a 580km corridor from Oslo to Stavanger, a North Sea port with ferry links to Tyneside, that it dubs a ‘Hydrogen Highway’.