A Coup? GM and Toyota have a running fuel cell vehicle today. The problem
for fuel cells today is two fold. The first is building fuel cells at a
cost that will compete with current engines. The cost of building enough
fuel cells to power a convention vehicle is in the hundreds of thousands of
dollars. The second is the many billions of dollars it will cost to build
a hydrogen distribution system and fueling station with the almost imposable
task of getting one build within the limitations of current environmental
and zoning laws
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