A new University of California at Irvine computer model claims to allow policymakers and auto industry leaders to accurately gauge the effects of alternative transportation fuels decades into the future. Shane Stephens-Romero, a UCI doctoral candidate in the Advanced Power & Energy Program, cites a scenario where it is 2060 and 75% of drivers in the Greater Los Angeles area have hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles that emit only water vapor. Stephens-Romero's crystal ball, a computer model ...
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