On Monday, eleven hydrogen powered vehicles headed out of
Sponsors include nine automakers (Nissan, BMW, Ford, GM, Honda, Hyundai-Kia, Toyota, Volkswagen, and DaimlerChryser…you know…the biggies), the US Department of Energy, the California Fuel Cell Partnership, the National Hydrogen Association, and the Department of Transportation – in other words, it’s a pretty huge publicity stunt.
The publicity circles around the idea that we make enough hydrogen to power millions of cars already, it’s a clean burning fuel source, and hydrogen vehicles are on their way. We’ve been hearing that for a good long time, though researchers, automakers, politicians, hey even Jamie Lee Curtis thinks it’s true. But…does hydrogen beat EVs charged with renewably generated electricity? I think not. Plus, charging stations are likely easier to throw up than hydrogen refuling stations.
At any rate, the tour is attempting to find cialis on internet tell people that hydrogen-powered cars are not perfect yet, but are a viable option for near-future vehicles. We’ll see…
written by Mumia, August 15, 2008
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written by Robert Michael Foster, August 20, 2008
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