At the end of 2014, Toyota introduced the first volume-production hydrogen fuel-cell car, offering the longest range of any zero-emissions vehicle. The launch reignited debate over whether hydrogen is the fuel of the future or a dead end. Aerospace has used fuel cells for decades in space vehicles, and several manufacturers of unmanned aircraft have demonstrated substantially increased endurance by replacing batteries with hydrogen fuel cells. But the technology has yet to catch on. Now ...

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