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By bkoen1, May 1, 2020

I read and listen to comments about Electric Vehicle power but dont read much about Hydrogen fuel cells or Aluminum Air Flow fuel cells. It seems thast this could be about the same as the VCR vs Beta contest of years gone by, but I dont know enough to talk intelligently about the subject. What are some thoughts here? I was impressed in the past few months by an article about the British gentleman who has perfected the Aluminum Air Flow fuel cell so that recycled beer cans can be used for the Aluminum and he has developed a non-toxic liquid to complete the circuitry. He supposedly gets about 1500km from a cell, competing very well on a cost per km. I hear that the Hydrogen fuel cell may be an even better choice, but dony have a feel for thast either. Can some car folks speak better on these issues?

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rjwhitaker
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rjwhitaker
June 13, 2020 11:41 pm

Me too, there seems to be a fair amount of opinion articles in the press regarding hydrogen fuel cell tech being the next big thing, especially in counties like Australia where surplus solar energy could be used to generate liq hydrogen, for onward use in vehicles. Any Intel among the members whether this can pull off ?

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