Whither hydrogen?

Environmental Economics

city will have a fleet (more than 10) of public vehicles--buses, or taxis, or garbage collection or police or whatever--powered by hydrogen.    As I see it, the major hurdles with hydrogen powered vehicles are: 1) Developing a fuel cell that will be cheap enough to mass produceand sell.    Given current levels of investment and the prospect of future oil price shocks, technological advances will make fuel cell production affordable in in the next decade. 

Majority of Americans say we should do whatever it takes to protect the environment

Green Blog

A majority wants the US to invest in renewable energy sources such as wind, hydrogen and solar instead of expanding the oil, natural gas and coal sector. “Nearly two-thirds of Americans (63%) say developing alternative sources such as wind, solar and hydrogen technology should be the more important priority for addressing America’s energy supply; 29% say expanding exploration and production of oil, coal and natural gas should be the more important priority.&#.

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