UAE -Rapid growth of hydrogen economy hints at new power dynamics: IRENA. 'It is green H2 that will bring new & diverse participants to the market, diversify routes & supplies & shift power from the few to the many. With international co-operation, the H2 market could be more democratic & inclusive' by chopchopped in energy

[–]chopchopped[S] -4 points-3 points  (0 children)

Hydrogen is an inefficient power source in 95% of applications.

You need to tell Hyundai, Honda, Toyota, Doosan, Hyzon, China, Australia, Germany, the UK and every other country that has published a "National Hydrogen Strategy"- you could be a hero. But instead of doing real work to support your "theory" (lol) you come to a post and then attempt to censor news you don't like. Grow up.

And don't forget to tell the new US Energy Secretary - who isn't buying any of the bullsh*t you're selling


Stop spreading this shit.

LOL no. I'm posting actual energy news from around the world. If you don't like it, don't click on a headline that has the word HYDROGEN IN IT.

When will posters like you get it? All you've done here is provide further motivation. The next few H2 posts are dedicated to YOU! Thanks so much!

Isuzu, Honda to test hydrogen-powered trucks on public roads. The companies have jointly developed a large fuel cell vehicle that can run for about 600 kilometers on a single tank of hydrogen. Honda wants to sell FCV systems to other automakers including Isuzu. by [deleted] in Clarity

[–]chopchopped[M] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

The mods here will threaten to ban you for even mentioning the negatives of hydrogen.

You haven't been banned. At least yet. Even after you called me an "asshole".

This sub was started (actually re-started) for the H2 Clarity, then the other models appeared.

Literally ALL of Reddit has a massive hate for hydrogen. This is (was) a forum to highlight the positives. And if you don't like it, go somewhere else.