The Plan For Hydrogen Cars

According to the Bush administration's plan, hydrogen-powered cars will not be mass produced until 2020.

"Details of the initiatives were laid out in the 2004 budget, which was released yesterday and included $273 million for research into hydrogen fuel cells, as well as in material from the Energy Department.The proposals include research on whether nuclear and coal power could be used to create hydrogen, a strategy that environmental groups say would undermine the benefits of hydrogen cars. But more money would go to renewable energy. "

Thanks to Abhijeet Chavan

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