A recently published Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) report covers two years of study of automotive technologies that could theoretically be developed and commercialized by the year 2020. The assessment includes (1) conventional gasoline and diesel engine vehicles with 2020 technology; (2) hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) with engines operating on gasoline and diesel; (3) hybrid fuel cell vehicles using both pure hydrogen and hydrogen produced by reforming gasoline and methanol; ...

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