AFTER TWO DECADES OF AUTOMOTIVE FUEL-CELL DEVELOPMENT, INDUSTRY INTEREST, DECLINING COSTS AND INCREASING REGULATIONS MAKE THE PROSPECTS FOR A HYDROGEN-FUELED FUTURE BRIGHTER THAN EVER. – By Bob Gritzinger
More than a decade ago, hydrogen fuel-cell-powered vehicles were seen as the proverbial
light at the end of the automo- tive powertrain tunnel, a remedy for the flaws of the internal-com- bustion engine, a certain way to meet tough emissions standards and a pathway to a non-fossil-fuel future.
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