Schwarzenegger Proposes Hydrogen Highway

The Governor's top environmental aide unveiled California's plan to build hydrogen stations every 20 miles along major highways by 2010.
February 28, 2004, 11am PST | C. Scott Smith
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"He chose 2010 because that's when automakers have said such vehicles will be readily and affordably available, said Environmental Protection Secretary Terry Tamminen, who advised Schwarzenegger before he made his campaign promise during last fall's recall election.Tamminen equated the effort to putting a man on the moon, and joined other witnesses Wednesday in urging that California lead the way.'California does invent the future,' Tamminen said. Though there are plenty of unknowns, 'There are no show-stoppers. The only area where some of us disagree is on timing.'"

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Published on Friday, February 27, 2004 in Contra Costa Times-Walnut Creek
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