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A continuation of previous work, the study provides a comparative analysis of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles to conventional internal combustion and hybrid engines, examining both life-cycle energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. The analysis is based on projected improvements to the technologies through the year 2020. The study finds no significant projected difference in energy use or greenhouse emissions between fuel cell and hybrid technology during this time period.

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Date Of Record Release 2006-01-23 19:56:03
Description A continuation of previous work, the study provides a comparative analysis of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles to conventional internal combustion and hybrid engines, examining both life-cycle energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. The analysis is based on projected improvements to the technologies through the year 2020. The study finds no significant projected difference in energy use or greenhouse emissions between fuel cell and hybrid technology during this time period.
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Date Issued 1999-10-11
Subject
Source Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Laboratory for Energy and the Environment
Keyword Life-cycle energy use; Greenhouse gas emissions; Fuel cell systems
Selector Conlin
Date Of Record Creation 2004-03-04 09:28:17
Date Last Modified 2010-10-10 22:09:39
Creator Weiss, Malcolm A.; Heywood, John B.; Schafer,Andreas; Natarajan, Vinod K.
Language EN
Date Record Checked: 1999-11-30 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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