Infrastructure still hinders alternative-fuelled vehicles

Sales of alternative-fuelled vehicles are set to double to around 40,000 in 2001, according to Powershift, the Government scheme charged with boosting the market.1 But the Government has issued proposals to cut the level of subsidy it offers to cars running on liquefied petroleum gas2 - raising questions over the future market.

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