The solution? Combining..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-reZwSMIgI

I ran into this movie about a car that runs on hydrogen, natural gas and gasoline.

We were discussing the advantages of each concept seperatly. But maybe the solution is indeed a combination of different power supplies.

Do you think this could be a solution?

 

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  1. xieaizhi
    19/03/2013 at 13:44

    Sorry, I can’t understand Dutch….in the video.
    I think it’s a solution. You have 3 choices supplies. But large system always means large maintenance costs.

  2. 20/03/2013 at 10:46

    Yh, indeed, this could be a solution. But I think that the use of the different power supplies separately is just the beginning. The final solution will maybe lead to a combination of the different power supplies together.
    Yh, it’s true, that a large system will lead to a large maintenance cost, but reducing the maintenance cost will be then the new challenge.

  3. 21/03/2013 at 11:23

    I don’t think a combination of fuels will lead to the solution. Fossil fuels remain exhaustible and will therefore completely disappear. For this kind of energy (I mean to drive) I think it will be way better to centralize everything as you can then reduce the costs. That’s why I think the future driving force will be something that do not need ‘fuel’ stations. An example is a solar car, but I think these are far away from the ideal.

  4. visualrecognition
    26/03/2013 at 13:28

    As some people already said, it is not THE ultimate solution, but I think it is a good solution to make the transition from fossil fuels to hydrogen. Since there is still only one hydrogen fuel station in Belgium, such a transition solution is needed. If enough cars posses the possibility to use hydrogen, making more fuel stations will be profitable.

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