Setting up an infrastructure to distribute hydrogen for future fuel-cell or hydrogen-fueled internal-combustion motor vehicles would cost at least $5,000 per vehicle, says one University of California researcher. Researchers say hydrogen-fueled passenger vehicles would be waste of resources. "Because the prospects for hydrogen cars are so uncertain, we need to think carefully before we invest all this money and all this public effort in one area," says Alex Farrell, assistant ...

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