Fuel cells: A tool for lobbyists

Stoffer, Harry
March 2002
Automotive News;3/4/2002, Vol. 76 Issue 5973, p6i
Trade Publication
Focuses on hydrogen fuel cells for automobiles. Focus of the main federal automotive research program on fuel cells; Support of tax credits for vehicle buyers with advanced powertrains; Consideration of hydrogen as a response to environmental concerns on global warming and national dependence on imported oil.


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