Teslas and most EVs are awesome.
I couldn't agree more
But still not ready for Prime Time in certain applications.
I couldn't agree more.
California’s 2004 ‘Hydrogen Highway’ never happened.
California has been dreaming of a clean, modern hydrogen highway since 2004, when former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger ordered preparations for a traffic jam of zero-emission, hydrogen-fueled cars, buses and trucks.
Proponents say hydrogen is the “fuel of the future”.
However, "A completely efficient electrolysis system would require an average household's entire days supply of electricity ( 30 kWh of electricity) to produce 2 pounds of hydrogen"
Price is also an issue.
A regular city bus may cost $450,000. A comparable hydrogen bus is more like $1 million
And then there is this:
Most Hydrogen (and electricity) is produced from fossil fuels!
And again I ask, "Where are we going to get all of that electricity when there are already brown-outs?
Posted 24 September 2022 - 11:33 AM
Who Knew? ELECTRONS are powered by PETROL!