Road to Hydrogen Cars Is Slow but Has Promise

Dallas — President George W. Bush, eager to ease the country’s dependence on oil from the Middle East, pledged in 2003 that the first car of a child born that day would be powered by hydrogen, not gasoline. He committed $1.2 billion for development, and so began the race to the hydrogen age. More than a decade later, the race has barely begun. Hydrogen fuel cell cars are available to the American public only in California, where the...

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