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iStock/Thinkstock Thoughts on Fuel Cells

I wanted to spend some time really talking about fuel cells, particularly hydrogen-based fuel cells. To catch you up, that kind of fuel cell uses hydrogen and oxygen to create electricity. The only other byproduct is water vapor. Since the

ces-fuel-cell-470x275 CES Day Two: The Future Is Closer than You Think

I’m writing this on Tuesday morning as I recover from Monday, which was a day full of press conferences at CES (if you weren’t aware I was at CES you can read this blog post here). The press conferences are

Fuse/Thinkstock Your Hydrogen Appears a Bit Rusty

Rust isn’t much fun to deal with. It’s the product of a process called oxidation and happens when iron and oxygen react in the presence of water. Anyone who has had to scrub rust off of an old bike or

Wittelsbach bernd/E+/Getty Images Fuel for Thought, Part 1: Biofuels and Fuel Cells

What’s the future of fuel? How are we going to power the amazing future we talk about in Fw:Thinking? Our need for fuel — whether it’s to provide electricity or power our vehicles — grows every year. Back in 2011,

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Explore the physical science of the Prius v with these videos from HowStuffWorks.

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Read from topics in the driver’s guide to fuel economy at HowStuffWorks.

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Learn how to decode the new EPA fuel economy labels with this interactive infographic.

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Read about car trends and innovations at HowStuffWorks.

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Study for your future with the latest Fw:Thinking videos.

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Listen up for what tomorrow sounds like with the Fw:Thinking audio podcast.

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