Hydrogen..Making Travel Virtually Pollution Free! 

Hydrogen could hold the potential to revolutionize transportation.  When used in fuel cell vehicles, it created the opportunity for travel to be nearly pollution free.  Hydrogen can be made by domestic resources such as natural gas, but can also be derived form various biomass.  This would include sources such as wind, solar, geothermal, and hydro-electric power. 

Toyota's Concept Car

Pictured here is Toyota's hydrogen fuel cell concept car.  The vehicle's sales launch will begin in Japan before April 2015, and will launch in the U.S. and Europe in the summer of 2015.  Like an electric vehicle, the hydrogen fuel cell vehicle holds the power to travel virtually pollution free, but because it is powered by hydrogen, it can travel at longer distances without needing to charge.  The distance provided by Toyota states that the vehicle can run up to 700 km or around 434 miles.  Also, charging time is significantly cut down in these vehicles; Toyota states that it only requires around 3 minutes of hydrogen recharging time.

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