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Hydrogen car development sees another manufacture pull funding 

Just as VHS triumphed over Betamax,  EVs are going to win the race to replace the internal combustion engine. Daimler Benz is the latest auto manufacturer (after Honda and VW) to bring development of hydrogen fuel-cell models to an end.


Despite the delays getting its EQC electric SUV to market,  Mercedes has clearly decided that the costs of hydrogen fuel cells will never allow a mass market solution.  Batteries for EVs,  on the other hand,  continue to fall.

Hydrogen is an emissions free way to power cars but it still requires specialist transport and storage of a highly volatile liquid and huge capital expenditure to convert filling stations;  EVs, on the other hand,  can be charged from electricity generated on your roof.   Contact us and we can advise you how…

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