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This Hydrogen-Powered Car Could Be The Future Of Sustainable Mobility
The car is expected to hit the market in 2018.
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Here's A Look At The Coolest New Eco-Friendly Cars Hitting Roads Soon
By Alexandria Sage, Reuters
Toyota, Honda and Hyundai showcased their new fuel-cell vehicles at the Los Angeles auto show.
Why Is The Road So Bumpy For Hydrogen Cars?
Hydrogen EVs All the Rage at Auto Shows
Journalist/Broadcaster covering the auto industry and auto rac...
Honda, Hyundai and Toyota all announced they will have hydrogen-powered cars for sale by 2015. The news was made during media days for the Los Angeles and Tokyo auto shows, both of which open to the public this weekend.
"I Drive to My Local Petrol Station and Fill Up With 50 Litres of Wind..."
Author and former Washington and foreign correspondent, McGraw...
Massive production, storage and reconversion of hydrogen to electricity is a key prerequisite for a future carbon dioxide-free sustainable energy economy and the Third Industrial Revolution.
It Is Time to Order a New Economic Order
Peter Brown and Geoff Garver
Research scholar, Center for Humans and Nature
The evidence is everywhere that continued dedication to 'economic growth,' per se, will destroy the Earth's ability to provide a healthy home for most life forms.
Hydrogen Cars On The Road In California
On Hydrogen "Power" -- And Jack Nicholson
Man about Boulder: dailycamera.com, biggreenboulder.com, frida...
A few commenters were skeptical of the specific technology Jack was flouting. Totally fair. Interestingly, there was a new story in the
New York Times
just today about it.
Move Aside: The Hydrogen Car Has Arrived
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