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Response to Aquila (Original post)

Tue Jun 4, 2019, 06:15 PM

1. That's actually pretty cool

 

but:

"A full tank runs loosely over SEK 500 and on it a fuel cell car can be driven up to 70 miles."

That means that I'd have to stop 15 times to refuel on a 1,000 mile trip and just hope there is a fueling station nearby when I hit that 70 mile mark. Also, those panels sure take up a lot of land. Hopefully one doesn't have to travel more than 70 miles to get enough land for those panels.

How much heat do those panels absorb/retain -- If we were to cover enough land to produce Hydrogen using solar then wouldn't that add to globull warming? Not to mention the destruction of habitat and the manpower to keep those panels working at top efficiency.

Overall, I like the idea but it is just not feasible in its current state. Maybe in the future when technology catches up but for now it's just for show and another way to fleece taxpayers..

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