If Honda builds it, they (oil companies, with usable fuel) will come
immediately. Could be a shame--unless the oil cos. plan to phase out
higher-priced oil for cheaper, yet still morally-profitable, alternative
Absolute rubbish. You can fuel a car today off hydrogen - hydrogen will
burn in a piston engine and produce power just like gasoline, with a lot
less combustion byproducts. A hell of a lot of what an engine computer
does is control the gasoline burn to achieve lowest emissions - you don't
have to do that in a hydrogen car. Hydrogen also does not dirty up
your motor oil, either.
But despite that nobody has rushed forward to create a distribution
The oil companies also already produce a lot of hydrogen, anyone
can buy it just go down to the gas distributor. After all, half of the
supply of hydrogen is produced from Natural Gas.
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