Promise Of Hydrogen Overblown?

Energy experts doubt the effort to develop hydrogen-powered cars will cut air pollution and recommend better fuel efficiency and environment standards instead.

"Two U.S. energy experts cast more doubt Friday on a push to develop hydrogen-powered cars as a means to cut air pollution and reduce oil imports.Cheaper and faster ways already exist to achieve the same effect, including raising fuel efficiency and toughening environmental standards, David Keith and Alexander Farrell wrote in Friday's issue of the journal Science."

Thanks to Abhijeet Chavan

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