Hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles are coveted by some as the apex environmental achievement. Hydrogen gas is passed through a fuel-cell stack, producing electricity used to power electric motors that propel the vehicle. The only emission is water vapor. The lack of a refueling infrastructure, and few models to choose from, promise limited market growth for such vehicles, but that is starting to change. An ever-larger fleet of hydrogen-powered passenger vehicles is expected on the road in the next ...

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