Honda, Toyota, Nissan want to change how you fill up the tank

“Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are zero-emission vehicles that emit water vapor and warm air as exhaust—although the production of hydrogen may produce emissions, depending on the source. The most common way to produce hydrogen is through steam reforming, when high-temperature steam is combined with natural gas. Hydrogen can also be produced from water through electrolysis, which is expensive and energy intensive. It is also possible to use wind or solar power to make hydrogen.” See More . . .

By: Kirsten Korosec – Fortune

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