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Explosions and subsidies: Why hydrogen is struggling to catch on in Korea


Aiming to cash in on a major push by South Korea to promote fuel cell vehicles, Sung Won-young opened a hydrogen refueling station in the city of Ulsan last September. Sung’s new hydrogen station is one of five in Ulsan, home to Hyundai Motor Co’s main plants and roughly 1,100 fuel cell cars – the most of any South Korean city.

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