California Governor's Energy Plan Boasts 'Hydrogen Highway' by 2010

State's 21 major interstate highways would feature hydrogen-fueling stations every 20 miles

Published: 04-Jan-2004

The election of Arnold Schwarzenegger highlights the possibility that California will aim its energy future toward hydrogen, the most abundant element on earth, which as a fuel emits only water vapor.

Schwarzenegger picked one of the state's leading hydrogen advocates -- Terry Tamminen -- to the top post at the California Environmental Protection Agency. When heading Environment Now, Tamminen pushed state legislation boosting hydrogen that now serves as the centerpiece of the new governor's environmental platform.

This platform boasts that California will feature the nation's first "hydrogen highways" by 2010.



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