How many miles per dollar(mpd) do hydrogen cars get as of now?
The reason I'm asking is because there's a lot of debate over fully electric vs hydrogen cars. In my opinion companies like shell and exxon are pushing hydrogen cars so that they can stay in business. If we move to fully electric cars you plug in at home, then oil companies will not have anything to fall back on once fossils fuels are phased out(or simply run out, whichever comes first).
To downplay fully electric cars, people say that the energy coming from your house is probably fueled by dirty fossil fuels, but to counter this, I say that our whole energy grid should just be solar and wind energy.
I do understand that once hydrogen is produced at a higher quantity and the infrastructure to distribute it grows, it will be cheaper, but i was just wondering where it stands right now.
Anyway, I think the only argument for hydrogen cars is only if it will be cheap enough to produce in order for it to be cheap for commuters to fill their car also.