E85 is one alternate fuel that is (relatively) readily available in the U.S. There are nearly 2200 E85 stations, but many of them are in the midwest and central U.S.
Compressed hydrogen is an alternate fuel for fuel cell cars like the Honda CFX Clarity. There are scattered experimental H2 stations throughout the U.S., but they are mainly at research universities and are not available for commercial use. California is the only state with a commercial network of hydrogen filling stations; the state plans to have about 47 stations built by 2014.
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