Old-School Oil Town Fuels New Hydrogen Cars

Trivia question of the day: do you know where the country’s first functioning oil well is? If you guessed Titusville, Pennsylvania, go to the head of the class. And while you’re there, hang out with a group of chemistry students at Titusville High School as they learn how to take water from their own local river and make it into hydrogen, which fuels the Toyota Mirai fuel cell.


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