Honda VP Asks for Tax Credit for Fuel Cell Vehicle 'Buyers'
A leading Honda executive has called for tax-credit schemes aimed at hybrid car drivers to be extended to buyers of fuel cell-powered cars in order to encourage greater consumer investment in the technology.
In an interview with USA Today, John Mendel, the vice president of Honda in the US, said that providing further tax breaks for hybrid car buyers would not be the right move, as hybrids "are a bridge technology to something else".
Instead, he argued, the benefits should be provided to fuel cell car drivers, as fuel cell technology continues to "push the envelope" in the development of energy-saving technology, and should therefore be encouraged.
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