Science & Technology

    Welsh Company Promises More Affordable Hydrogen-Powered Carsi
    X
    George Putic
    February 20, 2016 2:09 AM
    Fuel cell technology is already trickling down from big carmakers to small companies, promising more affordable eco-friendly vehicles. The newest prototype, built in Wales, may be offered to customers as soon as 2018. VOA's George Putic reports.

    Welsh Company Promises More Affordable Hydrogen-Powered Cars

    George Putic

    Published February 19, 2016

    Fuel cell technology is already trickling down from big carmakers to small companies, promising more affordable eco-friendly vehicles. The newest prototype, built in Wales, may be offered to customers as soon as 2018. VOA's George Putic reports.


    You May Like

    US Leaders Who Served in Vietnam War Look Back and Ahead

    In New York Times opinion piece, Secretary of State John Kerry, Senator John McCain and former Senator Bob Kerrey say as US strengthens relations with Vietnam, it is important to remember lessons learned from war

    Who Are US Allies in Fight Against Islamic State?

    There is little but opportunism keeping coalition together analysts warn — SDFs Arab militias are not united even among themselves, frequently squabble and don’t share Kurds' vision for post-Assad Syria

    Learning Foreign Language Helps US Soldiers Bridge Culture Gap

    Effective interaction with local populations part of everyday curriculum at Monterey, California, Defense Language Institute