Friday, March 24, 2006

Fill 'er up with gasohol, biodiesel, E85

A future Hydrogen economy is likely to be integrated with biofuels rather than replacing them. Hydrogen requires a feedstock, and biofuels like ethanol are a likely candidate. Ethanol is much easier to store and transport than hydrogen. The hydrogen could be extracted near the place and time of use. -- Jeffrey Goettemoeller
Fill 'er up with gasohol, biodiesel, E85 ... |
by Clayton Collins -- 3/23/2006
"Hydrogen may power our cars in the far future, but short-term, a wide range of renewable and cleaner fuels are being developed."

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