1 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-05 02:14
Hydrogen Fuel.

END of electric cars.


Germans are bringing hydrogen powered cars and they will fuck TESLA into a stone age.

Toyota is on it too.

Germany to invest around $10 bln in hydrogen projects.

"These will include the development and manufacturing of fuel cell systems and vehicles, including passenger cars, trucks, and municipal vehicles".

Time to sell TESLA stocks.

Time to sell TESLA stocks.

Time to sell TESLA stocks.
2 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-05 05:14
Fuck off

Hydrogen is the last desperate try to keep the fuel oligopoly.
3 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-05 06:21
At which pressure do you contain the hydrogen in those cars?

Energy density per volume? Per weight?
4 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-05 09:08
we can barely trust people with propane tanks for gas grills.
5 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-05 11:55
6 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-05 14:42
absolutely this
7 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-05 14:59
Oh a faggot actually clicked the hydrogen ad on the side of the page and bought those stocks?

There's advantages and disadvantages of it. The only exception to battery powered new technology vehicles that are produced in Germany are certain buses and some trucks.

Sorry, but those people sold you shitty stocks unless you're willing to hold for the next 20-30 years.
8 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-05 15:15
these cars are still electric you dumbass, they just use hydrogen fuel cells to power the electric motors instead of stupid tesla bateries
9 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-05 15:32
Someone wants to buy TESLA stock cheap?

I have an electric car that I can charge for free in my garage from the solar panel on my roof. Cool and cheap. No fucking going to the station to collect fuel or hydrogen.

Both will coexist nicely for some time.
10 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-05 15:49
Imagine the new and improved meth labs made from hydrogen engines.
11 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-05 17:30
Biofuel is the best, but the governments are banning combustion engines
12 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-05 20:17
for free
How much did you pay/are you paying for items, installation, maintenance? How many kWh have you extracted that way yet? What's the kWh price of network mains where you live?
13 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-05 23:04

compared to the whole oil sector and burner motors?
14 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-06 01:51
He made up everything.

he needs time to google a realistic reply.
15 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-06 04:38
Large supplies will be needed for planes and ships though. It certainly won't vanish.
16 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-06 07:25
You know that you refil hydrogen cars with water and the exhaust is steam, right?
17 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-06 10:11
That's not how it works.

it uses an energy reserve to do so. It's not just free energy.

The idea is you use battery power from solar or wind to power them.
18 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-06 12:58
The only problem is the cells require a bus sized vehicle to package
19 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-06 15:45
I asked "how much". That's a question that expects a number for an answer, not a comparison.
You don't see me answering your question of "compared to the whole oil sector and burner motors" with "You're a nigger" with the premise that it's valid to your particular question, now do you?
20 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-06 18:33
I have payed 7000 EUR for the solar panels. They will likely have amortised in about 20 years. So no big income from that. But when I use the power for my car instead of selling it for peanuts into the grid then it's prize for me is like 8 cent per kWh.

I only charge by standard socket, a litte over 2 kW , the roof makes a little over 3 kW on a sunny day. I charge for six hours in the summer (working at home so nicely possible) and so don't use external power in the 8 summer month. Winter is not as cool, but in the whole I drive rather cheap with a kick-ass motor and it's a really smooth drive I tell you.

Will stay as cheap when the gas prizes will rise in the future, thanks Greta.

Would be different if I lived in the city and had to drive long distances daily, sure.
21 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-06 21:20
I pay like 32 cent for a kWh, having some green energy supplier.
Since November 2020 I have harvested a total of 1757 kWh.
No maintanance yet. Hope it will stay stable and well.
Car maintanance probably lower that fuel car in the long run.
22 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-06 22:43
europoor mindset
the worlds a dangerous place, things shouldn't be illegal just because they're dangerous
23 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-07 00:07
So you are halfway to aunt betsy's house and run out of electricity. It's winter and minus 5. Wat do?
24 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-07 01:31
I've always wondered why H wasn't used more for fuel. It's the most abundant substance and when burned the only byproduct is water. The only thing I can think of is the Hindenburg
25 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-07 02:55
i've been saying hydrogen fuel will be the future forever, electric cars are actually so bad for the environment they're practically as bad as burning gasoline, maybe worse, electric cars are also inherently very expensive to make and they use a lot of electricity.
Society needs to be less electricity focused and more focused on 0 pollution forms of energy and advanced analog technology
26 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-07 04:18
You are misinformed, hydrogen cars existed over 20 years ago even featured on top gear, they didn't take off so they can't have worked and anyway their are designs for hydrogen cars dating back to the 30s, keep dreaming
27 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-07 05:42
When they tried to develop H vehicles years ago, they couldn’t pass safety. Biggest problem is it’s volatile nature. All demo pieces exploded upon small impacts
28 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-07 07:05
LoL. EVs arent going anywhere. And 10 billion is a drop in the bucket.

Have fun finding a hydrogen fueling station anywhere outside of LA or Hamberg.

"As of today, there are 90 H2 filling stations in Germany." Kek. 90.
29 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-07 08:29
Trying to lower the price of Tesla so you can buy more stocks

There's barely any source of hydrogen in nature. Only way you can get enough hydrogen is if you split water molecules, which requires electricity. You'll lose more power in the process compared to just storing it on a battery
30 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-07 09:52
I worked for a major manufacturer who had hydrogen cell prototypes about 10 years ago but it was canned due to safety concerns
31 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-07 12:39
Takes more power to create th hydrogen used in those cars than it does to manufacture and drive an electric car. You fell for a energy net negative meme, and you should feel bad
32 Name: Anonymous 2021-06-07 16:50
The cap on progression of the technology is too low for long term investing.
Electricity is still superior, its the method of transfer that's hindered and will be resolved with arrival of solid state batteries.
If 100% is full capability of the tech then hydro is at 80% whereas electricity is at 30%.
Makes much more sense to develop a 30% efficient tech to 100% long term than it is to develop an 80% tech to 100% for short term gains.

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