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WGBH Forum Network; NOVA scienceNOW: Fuel Cells

11/10/2005

Troy Livingston, moderator, Museum of Life & Science Rob Jackson, director, Center on Global Change, Duke University Thomas J. Meyer, professor, chemistry, UNC-Chapel Hill Everyone from automakers to environmentalists to politicians is touting hydrogen fuel cell cars as the wave of the future. But just how soon will that wave arrive? Most experts agree that major technological and economic hurdles need to be cleared before these silent, pollution-free automobiles proliferate on the nation's highways.


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WGBH Forum Network
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NOVA scienceNOW: Fuel Cells
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1969

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Troy Livingston, moderator, Museum of Life & Science Rob Jackson, director, Center on Global Change, Duke University Thomas J. Meyer, professor, chemistry, UNC-Chapel Hill

Everyone from automakers to environmentalists to politicians is touting hydrogen fuel cell cars as the wave of the future. But just how soon will that wave arrive? Most experts agree that major technological and economic hurdles need to be cleared before these silent, pollution-free automobiles proliferate on the nation's highways.

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Chicago: “WGBH Forum Network; NOVA scienceNOW: Fuel Cells,” 11/10/2005, WGBH Media Library & Archives, accessed December 10, 2016, http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_A9D294312A8040359444825322FECE6C.
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