Hydrogen is a clean-burning fuel, but it’s difficult to make in quantity. What if we could make “the equivalent of 200,000 gallons of gasoline each day” in hydrogen with a single processing plant? That would be great, eh? What if we had to do it with nuclear power?

Tough call. Green Car Congress has a mind-bendingly technical write-up of the process, if you’re interested in the nuts and bolts.

Could enviros embrace nuclear to get this much clean energy? What do you think?

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