Jeremy Rifkin writes that the "hydrogen economy" is within our grasp if we are committed to abandoning fossil fuels.
"Fuel cells come of age, with the prospect of freeing us from fossil fuels. Localized hydrogen networks could replace polluting power plants, and fuel-cell cars end the tyranny of the tailpipe...The hydrogen economy is within sight. How fast we get there will depend on how committed we are to weaning ourselves off of oil and the other fossil fuels. What are we waiting for?"
Thanks to Abhijeet Chavan
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