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Old 08-05-2022, 11:26 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by dwf137 View Post
You don't have to like BEV's and think that the future will put us somewhere else, But... Solid state batteries are still lithium, the only difference is the electrolyte is solid vs liquid. Also, hydrogen is currently worse than gasoline from a CO2 standpoint, so no, that's not currently a solution for anything.
Not talking about a complete hydrogen powerhouse, im talking about hydrogen gas being added to the combustion process of a normal ICE engine. Hydrogen is literally a Zero-Carbon fuel itself. But you can add it to peoples cars today, and solve the issue of Oil prices and the Govt idiocy of outsourcing Oil when the US has more crude oil than most. Add to cars today and you help your people and the atmosphere at the same time, again the goal is getting a Higher burn rate. 40-60 is what vehicles average today, want to talk about an impact? Or does the news issuing warnings to not charge their EV's as much during the summer to prevent the Electrical Grid from shutting down, not mean much to you. They literally just issued this to citizens in Texas (It was news). So...... We burn coal to power our electric cars, while Plastic is still being produced from oil and used Everywhere. Its a fantasy thought to think the earth will be helped like this. Complete Joke honestly.
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