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Old 11-13-2004, 02:27 PM
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Hydrogen Fuel Station In D.C.

Shell opened a hydrogen fuel station for fuel-cell vehicles, did it in the shadow of D.C and all the lawmakers.

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this will be very interesting to watch and keep track of. i would very much like to see hydrogen fuel be developed more
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Agreed it is a way for our future.....and in the back yard of DC...Shell is trying to step up and get noticed.
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hopefully Shell will demonstrate a few of these vehicles to our senators in D.C.
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Hydrogen Fuel

No doubt about hydrogens involvement with the future. Can you imagine, take some water, add a little electorlyte and electicity to get hydrogen, put it in your rig, and ta da, water again. I just hope we can hop them up.

If anyones interested, heres a good link for hydrogen info http://www.eere.energy.gov/hydrogenandfuelcells/tech_validation/h2_manual.html

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