: Al Gore - A Generational Challenge to Repower America
Tony Smith email (remove spam text)
> >> 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.
> >> cc
> > And where do this hydrogen come from?
> > Tony
> Water and electricity
And as previously stated, why not just rechage your electric car, like this
~4 hours recharge time gives you a range of some 350km / 200 miles. That's
prefectly adequate for urban use. They actually sell these things, which is
one up on the hydrogen cars. Is there more than one hydrogren station (or
was it two) in the States yet?
BAJ said the infrastructure doesn't exist for the electric car (unlike
petrol), but that's wrong of course. You're never too far from a power
point. The downsides to electric are initial cost and that slow recharge
If you believe in the hydrogen economy, let's see some numbers from that
solar farm you're planning on building. And you had better build it quick,
there are others well ahead of you.
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