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GeekWire: Is Toyota’s fuel cell hydrogen car plan truly zero-emmision?

Toyota plans to introduce more hydrogen powered vehicles into the U.S. market. Online media publication GeekWire asked CEI Director Dan Schwartz where will the hydrogen come from? And, can it truly be a zero-emission vehicle? Read more in the article “Energy expert weighs in on Toyota’s ambitious fuel cell hydrogen car plans,” at GeekWire. Published February 2, 2015

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