NEW YORK – Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles will not surpass diesel hybrids in total energy use and greenhouse gas emissions by 2020. That’s the conclusion of a study by Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Laboratory for Energy and the Environment. The study says producing improved internal combustion gasoline and diesel engines, better transmissions and greater use of hybrids are better solutions for cutting greenhouse emissions. Researchers predict a bigger future for hybrids, ...

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