Actually DY the difference is huge. FCV's CAN run on existing petrochemical fuels. This means that the argument that it would be impractical because there is no supporting infrastructure is a bit off. For the FCV you are able to reuse the existing gas stations until such time as hydrogen itself is more readily available.
Of course, nobody has mentioned yet that the development of the FCV does not preclude using electric vehicles on the same roadways.
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Last edited by Tommycat; 04-30-2009 at 06:53 PM.