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Are hydrogen powered appliances feasible today?

The title and body of your post have two slightly different questions, to which there are two different answers: Q: Are hydrogen powered appliances feasible today? A: Yes, and they are in active ...
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Why do most car manufacturers prefer electric batteries over hydrogen fuel cells?

Why do most car manufacturers prefer electric batteries over hydrogen fuel cells? Because it's cheaper today, easy to pack the batteries under the floor, won't decrease the range much and won't have ...
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Why do most car manufacturers prefer electric batteries over hydrogen fuel cells?

There are a number of issues with hydrogen as an energy source. Firstly, there is a lack of infrastructure for hydrogen. The same can be said for battery charging, but slowly the number of battery ...
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Is Hygenic Earth Energy feasible?

I'll answer only the "why not" question because I don't know about the feasibility of their plans. Why nobody else seems to be trying this? Because of two reasons. Firstly, if you extract ...
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Is Hygenic Earth Energy feasible?

The proton.energy website is very optimistic, maybe a bit too much. I see a number of (potential) problems: The technology uses "hydrocarbon reservoirs" which is a different word for ...
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