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If your bank account is restraining you to get a fuel cell-powered Honda FCX or Chevy Sequel car, you can still honor your eco-friendly values with the Hydrocell bike. Developed by a British company dubbed Valeswood Technology Development , this bike touts a metal hydride storage tank, which is integrated with an alkaline fuel cell stack. The bike has the storage capacity for 40 liters of hydrogen that drive the bike to about 60 miles. The price tag reads $1,400, which I don’t think is going to trouble you much considering your concern for the environment.

Via: Autobloggreen