When it comes to automaker executives and government officials pitching the benefits of the hydrogen fuel cell as an alternative source of energy — and even in popular discussion — the oft overlooked subject of “upstream” pollution is rarely spoken of, and printed even less. The fact remains that it takes energy to make energy, and manufacturing hydrogen is no exception. As world governments and global automakers tout the utopian benefits of hydrogen as a fuel, and new partnerships are ...
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