Don’t hold your breath waiting for fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) to lead us away from our dependence on gasoline while protecting the environment from nasty tailpipe emissions. Hydrogen is the future automotive fuel of choice by many experts because fuel cells, which derive electricity from hydrogen, emit no harmful emissions and free electric vehicles from their dependence on range-limiting batteries. In early January, the Bush Admin. announced plans to foster the development of hydrogen ...
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