42 U.S. Code § 16233 - Low-cost renewable hydrogen and infrastructure for vehicle propulsion

§ 16233.
Low-cost renewable hydrogen and infrastructure for vehicle propulsion
The Secretary shall—
(1)
establish a research, development, and demonstration program to determine the feasibility of using hydrogen propulsion in light-weight vehicles and the integration of the associated hydrogen production infrastructure using off-the-shelf components; and
(2) identify universities and institutions that—
(A)
have expertise in researching and testing vehicles fueled by hydrogen, methane, and other fuels;
(B)
have expertise in integrating off-the-shelf components to minimize cost; and
(C) within 2 years can test a vehicle based on an existing commercially available platform with a curb weight of not less than 2,000 pounds before modifications, that—
(i)
operates solely on hydrogen;
(ii)
qualifies as a light-duty passenger vehicle; and
(iii)
uses hydrogen produced from water using only solar energy.

 

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