Hydrogen transportation system

Your column “Revisiting hydrogen” is based on a Cato Institute paper by Professor Donald Anthrop that paints a very negative picture of a hydrogen transportation system by assuming worst-case scenarios that no one would propose, while ignoring other more promising approaches (OGJ, Jan. 17, 2005, p. 15).You conclude from his paper that a hydrogen-based economy would worsen rather than improve environmental quality. Yet making hydrogen from natural gas initially for a fuel cell vehicle will immediately eliminate all local air pollution and cut greenhouse gas emissions by 45-50%, as estimated by the National Academy of Sciences and many other reputable organizations. Over the lon...

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