Originally Posted by denyo77
hydrogen is the worng way
the process of making hydrogen requires almost almost as much or even more engery than what is wasted by the combustion of gasoline. The Tesla Roadster is the right way...
Hydrogen is the wrong way and batteries are the right way?
Do you realize the output (in BTU's) hydrogen fuel has compared to a lithium ion battery? Granted, hydrogen has a long, long way to come in terms of refining it more effectively, but batteries (a technology that has been around since Edison) are no where near as effective as people think. Both technologies have a long way to go to be any bit marketable to the general public, but to count one out because it hasn't come very far in a short amount of time is kind of silly.
BTW, Telsa Roadster is $93000. Would/can you buy one?