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Mon August 13, 2012 By:

Prevention Of Corrosion

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Tue August 14, 2012
The hydrogen economy describes a system in which our energy needs are predominantly met by hydrogen, rather than fossil fuels. This type of economy would rely on renewable resources in the form of hydrogen gas and water, drastically changing pollution, electricity sources, infrastructure, engines, and international trade, without impacting our quality of life. In a hydrogen economy, vehicles like cars and airplanes use hydrogen fuel cells for power, rather than petroleum distillates.
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