Fuel Cell Trains May Be Short Line to Hydrogen Future
Hydrogen fuel cells can help wean the country from dependence on foreign oil, and trains will be the place to start, speakers said Friday at a Charlotte conference.
While running most cars on hydrogen will take decades to be feasible, advocates believe trains could be converted more quickly.
The conference was sponsored by the N.C. Department of Commerce, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, N.C. State Energy Office, Appalachian State University, the Centralina Council of Governments, and the Greater Charlotte and Mooresville/South Iredell Chambers of Commerce.
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