Fuel cells are more important to a developing country like India than developed countries. But the corporate sector is slow.
Source: N Mattson 1998, GENIE: An energy systems model with uncertain learning, quoted in Anon 1999, A GENIE for Imperfect Foresight, IEA/OECD ETSAP News, June
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