Hydrogen fuel gaining respect

Publication: msnbc.com   Date: August 31, 2011   View Article

Hydrogen is once again starting to look like a promising green fuel of the future thanks to breakthroughs that permit the fuel to be stored and released from a chemical “tank” that is easily recharged.

The problem with hydrogen, which is easily converted to electricity in a fuel cell and is carbon free, is that it’s a gas that is typically stored in high pressure or cryogenic tanks.

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