DETROIT – When G8 energy ministers meet here next week, the issue of hydrogen production will hang over their heads like the Hindenburg. Supported by Washington’s recently launched FreedomCAR program, U.S. auto makers are poised to make hydrogen fuel cells the preferred technology for future powertrains. But implementing this strategy is less likely without a firm commitment to nuclear energy, Argonne National Laboratory warns. Nuclear energy is the only viable means of producing enough ...
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