SAO PAULO – Brazilian alcohol-fueled vehicles may spur the country to produce a hydrogen-fueled car on a mass scale. The Ministry of Science and Technology and the National Institute of Technology in Rio de Janeiro are studying a system that makes it possible to use alcohol in generating hydrogen in fuel cell cars. Among the advantages: It would eliminate the need to transport hydrogen in cylinders, which takes up space in cars and increases their weight. The project also involves the ...

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