Vehicle electrification and hydrogen fuel cells are being touted by major auto makers as the future powertrain answers to reducing vehicle greenhouse emissions, as well as dependence on foreign oil. But many industry observers argue alternative fuels available today can help reduce the industry’s carbon footprint, as well. Compressed natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas are two popular alternatives already in use in many parts of the world, although still considered anomalies in the ...
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