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      04-03-2009, 08:17 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by Dascamel View Post
Here is the bottom line, if we had hydrogen filling stations across the nation, electric cars would already be obsolete.
Hydrogen is very energy intensive to produce, store and transport. It's a lot less energy intensive to transport, store and produce electricity. Why do people keep talking about hydrogen? There is absolutely no infrastructure to support it, transport it or produce it in addition to it's higher energy cost for all three.

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Originally Posted by Dascamel View Post
Are electric cars a step in the right direction, sure. Even if it does pollute more at production sources, at least it doesn't add any more pollution during peak times of a commute.
Now, why would you mention this for electric cars and not hydrogen? The point is equally valid for hydrogen cars.