PARIS – A significant number of fuel-cell cars will be on the road in eight years and get their hydrogen from on-board reformers, the retired head of research at Renault SA predicts. Pierre Beuzit, who is now president of a European hydrogen network called Alphea Hydrogene, argues that a car will double its fuel efficiency by installing a miniature chemical factory on board to change gasoline, diesel or biofuels into carbon dioxide, nitrogen and the hydrogen that would power the fuel cell. ...
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