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A new way to make hydrogen from corn or potatoes could make fuel-cell vehicles more practical.
A leading chemist says that a better understanding of photosynthesis could lead to cheap ways to store solar energy as chemical fuel.
The flexible electric car platform is innovative, but the fuel-cell version is freighted with hydrogen’s flaws.
The automaker tries again, announcing an electric-drive system that can be paired with gasoline generators or fuel cells.