Hydrogen does not produce the same harmful pollutants and greenhouse gasses that gasoline and diesel do. Hydrogen could reduce our dependence on oil because it can be produced from natural minerals like coal.
It is a virtually pollution – free fuel, and very lightweight. Hydrogen is extremely abundant and fuel can be produced domestically from biomass, fossil fuels, and even electrolyzed water. The main thing standing in the way of hydrogen-fueled vehicles is the fact that it is far less dense than gasoline – the energy in a kg (2.2 lbs) of hydrogen fuel is equivalent to a gallon of gasoline, which means liquid hydrogen fuel will occupy 2-3 times the volume of gasoline-currently too much space to reasonably fit in a car.
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