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The zero-emission engine is getting ready for prime time

STUTTGART — If hydrogen cars take off, the biggest impact may be felt not in the car industry but in wind energy. Their potential benefit to power companies means the vehicles may become even bigger in Germany that electric and hybrid cars.

Green fatigue threatens clean-energy leader Germany

BERLIN — Power plants don't make front-page news as a rule, but it turns out Germans don't always follow the rules after all. A media blitzkrieg this month against Chancellor Angela Merkel's bold new plan to cut 1990 emission levels by as much as 80 percent by 2050 — without relying on nuclear power — suggests the plan may be a step too far.
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