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Main Title Making sense of hydrogen : the potential role of hydrogen in achieving a clean, sustainable transportation system /
Author Dutzik, Tony.
Publisher Environment California Research & Policy Center,
Place Published Los Angeles, CA :
Year Published 2004
OCLC Number 60931455
Subject Added Ent Hydrogen--Environmental aspects--United States; Hydrogen as fuel
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EJBM TP359.H8D88 2005 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 07/15/2005
Collation 60 p. ; 28 cm.
Contents Notes Executive summary -- Introduction -- Hydrogen basics -- What is hydrogen? -- Why would we want to use hydrogen as fuel? -- How can hydrogen be generated? -- What is a fuel cell? -- Do you need hydrogen to use a fuel cell? -- Are fuel cells the only way to use hydrogen in vehicles? -- Hydrogen in transportation -- When will hydrogen-fueled vehicles be available to consumers? -- What are the technological barriers to hydrogen-fueled vehicles? -- Is hydrogen safe? -- How much will it cost to buy a vehicle that runs on hydrogen? -- How will hydrogen vehicles be fueled? -- How will hydrogen be distributed? -- Hydrogen: Economic and energy supply implications -- Why are automakers so enthusiastic about hydrogen? -- How expensive is it to generate and distribute hydrogen? -- How would a shift to hydrogen impact America's energy security? -- What are the major economic hurdles facing hydrogen? -- Hydrogen and the environment -- Is hydrogen good for the environment? -- What environmental problems is hydrogen intended to solve? -- How can hydrogen benefit the environment? --Summary -- A sustainable, clean transportation strategy for the future -- 1. Make today's cars cleaner and more efficient -- 2. Develop renewable energy --- 3. Lay the groundwork for a renewable transportation system -- The need to stabilize growth in vehicle travel -- What not to do -- The bottom line -- Policy issues facing the states -- Conclusion -- Notes.
Access Notes Available on the World Wide Web. Viewed: 07/15/2005.
Corporate Au Added Ent Environment California Research and Policy Center.
PUB Date Free Form 2004.
BIB Level m
OCLC Time Stamp 20050715101022
Cataloging Source OCLC/T
Language eng
Origin OCLC
Type CAT
OCLC Rec Leader 02385nam 2200253Ka 45020