Hydrogen’s Dirty Details

The day after George W. Bush’s 2003 State of the Union address, the president of the National Mining Association, Jack Gerard, wrote him a letter applauding Bush’s plan for a pollution-free future powered by fuel cells, the battery-like devices that use hydrogen to release energy. “Coal — reliable, abundant, affordable and domestic,” wrote Gerard, “will be the source for much of this hydrogen-powered fuel…”
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