The US produces and consumes ten million tons of hydrogen each year today. About two-thirds of it is used in oil refineries, and about a fifth of it is used to create ammonia for fertilizer production. It is also used in semiconductor manufacturing and a large number of lesser uses, such as rocket fuel. It is increasingly being looked at and used for transportation in cars, trucks, buses, drayage and material handling vehicles, trains, ships, and even aircraft.
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