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So, does Peter Wells, who recently wrote an article called "Hydrogen highways: the concept becoming reality," rely on the hydrogen fantasy themes we discussed recently? Not so much, at least at first. He even admits that the current state of hydrogen availability is "sparse and geographically constrained."

Wells' article begins with a simple list of hydrogen projects that have been completed or are being finished now. Wells lists hydrogen corridors in Norway and Japan, California and Germany, to name just four the eight he found, and it's kind of cool to see them listed in one place. Whether or not these stations are a good idea or not we're not going to get into right now, but at least there's a bit of reality entering the hydrogen proponent's vocabulary. Thanks to Roy B. for the tip!

[Source: Automotive World]

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