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tb100
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Re: Atmosphere of earth - O2 20.946%
tb100   1/7/2014 4:09:19 PM
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Internal combustion (gasoline) engines also utilize oxygen from the atmosphere. 

_hm
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Atmosphere of earth - O2 20.946%
_hm   1/7/2014 2:06:04 PM
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If there are 10s of millions of FCV utilising Oxygen from atmosphere, will O2 % will reduce from 20.946% to much less value?

What will it generate - lot of water?

 

 

chanj0
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Chicken and Egg
chanj0   1/7/2014 1:23:21 PM
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Fuel station is crucial to the adoption of different fuel technology to drive a vehicle. No doubt. When Tesla installed charging stations along HWY from Bay Area of LA and to NY, Tesla has got enough attention from the public. Stock priced soared. Given Tesla's success of demonstrations and stock price, I thought Honda would mimic the strategy to draw public attention to Clarity. Government supported to fuel cell technology given Honda Clarity a boost until the supported was pulled out. Honda was struggling to look for partners to continue fuel cell technology.


In 2014 CES, Toyota joins the fuel cell race. How is the Toyota's technology different from Honda's? Will Toyota's venture draw enough momentum to finally bring the public one more  alternative fuel vehicle? What will the future of Tesla be? Will EV co-exist with fuel cell vehicle? Among all, I do hope the fueling pump for Toyota fuel cell vehicle be the same as that for Honda Clarity.

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Re: Finally! Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles
AZskibum   1/7/2014 12:46:29 PM
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This is really exciting news, but unfortunately it seems that those of us not in California will need to wait awhile beyond 2015 to see a fueling station emerge near us.

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Finally! Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles
hasenmi   1/7/2014 12:38:34 PM
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This is what I've been waiting for. A few years ago, at the Santa Monica Airport AltExpo, I was told that 2015 will be the year for Hydrogen Fuel Cell vehicles. If California can get an H2 station within striking distance of Thousand Oaks, I know what I'll be turning my Prius in for. This will make at least two auto manufacturers that will have FC based vehicles for the masses, Honda Clarity and Toyota's new vehicle. Now! For my home hydrogen generator...

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