DETROIT – Washington has solved the age-old chicken-and-egg riddle – as it applies to fuel cell technology and an infrastructure for hydrogen delivery. "Which should come first, the vehicle, or the system that supports it?" Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham tells the Detroit Economic Club. "Our answer is both. We’ve concluded that unless we work on parallel tracks, developing the vehicle and the infrastructure concurrently, this process would take three decades longer." Energy ...
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