: Al Gore - A Generational Challenge to Repower America
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> > Not feasible. Feasible solutions have to use existing
> > There are other reasons why hydrogen is not a feasible
> alternative to
> > gasoline.
> Suppose someone develops a method of storing hydrogen in a
> substance that can be trucked to gas stations, stored in
> tanks or on shelves, and distributed to automobiles. Maybe
> you drive into a station and get petrol or exchange hydrogen
> cylinders. There are hydrogen solutions that can use
> existing infrastructure. If the pain of fuel
> prices is high enough, it will happen. Hydrogen has too many
> upsides to not be adopted eventually.
And where do this hydrogen come from?
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