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Everybody pretty much knows what a gallon of something looks like. Think about a gallon of milk in your fridge. And every driver—for better or worse—knows how much a gallon of gasoline costs, and how far it will take you down the road. But ask somebody to picture a kilogram of gaseous hydrogen, and you’ll get a blank...

In early 2015, subsidies for fuel-cell vehicles are strictly on the state level, though that could soon change. On December 31, 2014, several important federal income tax credits expired, including an up-to-$8,000 credit for the purchase of a hydrogen-powered car, a 50-cent-per-gallon credit for liquefied hydrogen,...