DETROIT – Soaring gasoline and diesel prices in the wake of recent U.S. hurricanes and turmoil in the Middle East may spur hydrogen's role as a source for automotive fuel, Robert C. Stempel, chairman and CEO of Energy Conversions Devices Inc. (ECD Ovonics), tells the Automotive Press Assn. here. Federal government agencies in 2002 indicated they wanted hydrogen fuel to become available equal to $3 per gallon of gasoline, he says. Robert Stempel “It's amazing what a summer can do for ...
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