On 17/12/2019 07:08, Roland Perry wrote:
In message , at 03:24:44 on Tue, 17 Dec
2019, Recliner remarked:
Does anyone make a hydrogen car which doesn't emit water vapour?
I love hydrogen cars, I just wish more people would take them up, rather
than pure battery electric vehicles.
We have a fleet of hydrogen buses here in Aberdeen, also there is a
local car club which have a few Toyota Mirai H2 cars on the fleet. The
only problem for cars is the lack of refuelling stations elsewhere in
Yes, it's that lack of refuelling infrastructure that's holding back
hydrogen cars. Of course, they're still very expensive to build, and so
need a big subsidy. That'll change when volumes rise, but that needs more
It's easier with buses and trucks plying set routes. Long distance trucks,
in particular, are much more likely to use hydrogen than pure batteries, as
they can have a longer range and much faster refuelling.