Call for Consensus on Public Safety Issues Involving Hydrogen

[] In the online December issue of Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Safety, one article addresses concerns for First Responders arriving on the scene of an accident involving a hydrogen-based car. While production is still years away, prototypes are on the road today. With hydrogen’s byproducts of water and heat, safety concerns are neither more nor less than other fuels, but emergency responders will need safety measures established, which calls for a standards consensus from parties involved, including automobile manufacturers, regional agencies and safety code officers.


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