One of the most important research and development projects in this year's energy bill center around the use of hydrogen as a replacement for gasoline in vehicles. This week in U.S. News and World Report, the magazine took a closer look at the Honda FCX, which Richard Newman says compares favorably to hybrids and other economy cars:
[T]he FCX makes a persuasive case for the technology. The electric motor's clean, quiet ride is a reminder that the internal combustion engine, the automotive standard for a century, need not be the end of the road. And it's satisfying to look in the rearview mirror and know I'm leaving no toxins behind.For more on this topic, visit Green Car Congress and Hydrogen Power News.
UPDATE: Here's more from Hydrogcicle.
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