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Commented On: Toyota’s Fuel Cell Car for 2015 Gets A Whole Lot More Expensive


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The current downside to hydrogen is miles per fill up. With current tank sizes on small cars, the best the cars can get would be about 150 miles per fill. Until this challenge is over come, people will not except them.

Commented On: Toyota’s Fuel Cell Car for 2015 Gets A Whole Lot More Expensive


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The installation of a hydrogen infrastructure is much easier than you think in the US. Google "methane cracking for hydrogen". Since most gas stations and homes both have natural gas supplies the addition of methane cracking equipment and a compressor will enable anyone to have hydrogen on hand. As the number of electric cars increase on the road we all will have to worry about the new cost associated with upgrading all the electric delivery and generation equipment. At this time adding chargers works well only because of the low level of vehicles using them. The other bonus for hydrogen powered cars is that you do not have to wait hours for the car to charge before you can use it, you can fill up and drive on.
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