Congress restores hydrogen funding with $187 million in appropriations bill
As part of an appropriations bill that the House had previously approved, Congress has appropriated $187 million for continued research and development for hydrogen fuel cell cars. Jerome Hinkle, vice president of government affairs for the National Hydrogen Association, said he believes that the Obama Administration has "made peace" with the idea of hydrogen cars. Obama is expected to sign the appropriations bill when it reaches his desk.
[Source: Washington Post]
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