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March 7, 2008

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As previously suggested, hydrogen is a dead end that will not likely be overcome from the simple fact that if you can make hydrogen you can probably generate electricity for a whole lot less. I'm glad to see at least a few companies publicly expressing doubts on something they've researched.

Sure they have their agendas but we're just waiting on better batteries with electricity, not a whole series of miracles to happen like an efficiency breakthrough in hydrogen generation, a standard and widespread fueling infrastructure, breakthroughs in fuel cells to convert hydrogen to electricity in a cost effective way. And then many fuel cell concept cars still have batteries to store electricity. So where's the benefit in hydrogen?

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