Revisiting hydrogen

More than a year ago in this column, this editor wrote about the push for research into the deployment of hydrogen technologies, fuel cells, and hybrid-vehicle technologies (OGJ, July 7, 2003, p. 15).The conclusion was then, and remains now, that any widespread use of such technology would not occur in the near future, nor would there soon be a significant decrease in the use of fossil fuels for transportation.A study released last month from the Cato Institute says that renewable energy sources will not relieve the US of its dependence on foreign sources of energy any time soon. Moreover, in this study, Donald Anthrop, professor emeritus of environmental studies at San Jose State Univers...

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