Tuesday, October 25, 2005
Car That Makes Its Own Fuel
A unique system that can produce Hydrogen inside a car using common metals such as magnesium and aluminum and running on water has been developed by an Israeli company.
The system reportedly solves the obstacles associated with the manufacturing, transporting and storing of hydrogen to be used in cars. When it becomes commercial in a few years time, the system will be incorporated into cars that will cost about the same as existing conventional cars to run, will be completely emission-free, and will travel about the same distance between refueling as an equivalent conventional car.