Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by Confounding, Oct 13, 2017.
Toyota’s hydrogen fuel cell trucks are now moving goods around the Port of LA
Interesting article, thanks..
Meanwhile, Elon Musk, who has called hydrogen power “incredibly dumb,” “extremely silly,” “mind-bogglingly stupid,” and most succinctly, “bullshit,” will be unveiling an electric battery-powered semi truck in November.
I wonder if Elton will try to kill an elephant with a hydrogen Car?
Now if they'd include hydrogen home generation to the mix it can power electric cars and exist as a main source or emergency home unit to take the stress off our grids or in emergencies due to failing grids, nature, or attacks on our system.
You can buy it now. Home brewing hydrogen kits. Sounds a bit dangerous, but a little goes a long way.
Honda's next gen solar-powered hydrogen fuel cell station for home use
Not the only one. There are a couple available now.
Also a better use of solar/wind because producing STORABLE fuel, overcomes the sketchy unreliable nature of those generation techniques. Makes much more sense to produce fuel with solar/wind OFF grid , than it does to use them only to produce electricity ON grid.
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We have had one of these running around Portland, Oregon, for a couple of years now. See Tesla's and other EV's virtually every day now. Have yet to see a hydrogen car.
Hydrogen cars are EVs also. They'll be no way to TELL if it's hydrogen fuel cell or not. Nobody's gonna drive one with 10ft advertisement on it..
Uh HELLOOOO! Hindenburg anyone?
Although hydrogen in a car has that risk on impact, a home generation system remains stable unless your drunk college kid accidentally runs into it. That home generation system can be used to power your electric cars and can exist in all infrastructure routes
for long distance travel that hinders the electric car range.
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