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Will the Toyota Prius Prime Kill the Hydrogen Car?

In December 2007, I posited the question of whether or not PHEVs (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles) will kill both EV’s and hydrogen cars. My reasoning was that if gasoline-electric PHEVs reach the 125mpg to 150mpg range, then consumers may dive into this type of vehicle leaving EVs and FCEVs in …

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Will Methanol Fuel Cell Vehicle Kill the Hydrogen Car?

  Will the methanol fuel cell vehicle (pictured above) kill the hydrogen fuel cell vehicle? In September 2015, the first methanol (wood alcohol) fueling station was opened in Europe. The station is located in Aalborg, Denmark. Some of the advantages of methanol fuel cell vehicles are: Methanol is a liquid …

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Elon Musk Calls Hydrogen Cars a Bunch of BS

High flying tech magnate Elon Musk, who is the CEO of SpaceX and battery electric carmaker Tesla Motors, recently called hydrogen cars a bunch of BS. He has a reason for doing this. According to Bloomberg, “Behind Musk’s protestations is the fact that his Tesla competes for resources with hydrogen …

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Killer App for Hydrogen Cars Needed

Yesterday I was reading news that at the Washington DC Consumer Electronics Show two products by Ford were getting a lot of buzz. The first was the 2012 Ford Focus Electric car which is supposed to roll into showrooms later this year. The second product creating a lot of buzz …

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Union County NJ Student Model Hydrogen Fuel Cell Car Contest

In the past, I’ve talked about various student contests involving designing model hydrogen fuel cell cars. Since I believe that the students of today will be making the hydrogen car breakthroughs of tomorrow, I enjoy covering such subjects. The fourth annual Hydrogen Fuel Cell Model Car Challenge was held in …

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Competing Technologies within Hydrogen Car Community

Not only is the hydrogen car industry being pressured by outside competition such as electric cars and those that run on biofuels, but there is competition within the hydrogen car industry itself. Many people are anxious to get going on building a supporting infrastructure to support hydrogen cars. Yet others …

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