Hydrogen: Its Production and Energy Usesby Committee on Science and Technology U S
There is growing awareness in the public and scientific communities that hydrogen may be a fuel with many useful applications in transporting and storing energy derived from solar, hydro, nuclear, or coal systems. For example, if hydrogen can be economically produced by using one of these plentiful supplies to cleave water, it is one of the most exciting fuels for the future -- infinitely abundant, transportable, storable, and completely clean, the only products of reaction being water and energy.
This publication contains testimony and document submissions before the House Committee on Science and Technology, from those active in the development of hydrogen energy systems.
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