CERA: Energy Sec. Abraham pushes Bush administration hydrogen-fuel plan

02/17/2003
The administration of US President George W. Bush has taken its hydrogen-fuel initiative to oil-producing Texas.In a Feb. 11 dinner speech at a Cambridge Energy Research Associates conference in Houston, Energy Sec. Spencer Abraham urged oil and gas producers to support the hydrogen-based energy vision Bush first described in his state-of-the-union address Jan. 28.Green benefits, energy independence toutedAbraham described his department's research into hybrid fuels, alternative fuels, lightweight vehicle materials, and clean diesel as "a bridge to a hydrogen future, one radically different from today's carbon-based world."DOE's work with the auto industry on development of ve...
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