Is Hydrogen fuel cell technology the future of automobiles?

I don't think the current battery technology will not last long, unless we invent better and cheaper alternatives to Lithium and cobolt based batteries. Also what about the Capacitor technology? Capacitor can store changes. Also they are safer than batteries. Why not invest in it too?

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  • 10 months ago
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    FUEL CELL IS TOO EXPENSIVE TO BE USED FOR ORDINARY AVERAGE COST CAR !  ALL TYPE CAPACITORS HAVE ELECTRICAL LEAKAGE THAT DISCHARGE BY ITSELF SLOWLY, THEREFORE MAKE IT  NOT AS  A RELIABLE POWER SOURCE SAFETY ENOUGH TO BE USED  FOR CAR, AND ITS STORED POWER CAN BE RUNNING OUT INSTANTLY WITHOUT  GIVING ANY WARNING. 

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  • Joseph
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    10 months ago

    No.  The problem is that it takes a lot more energy to break up a molecule of water into Oxygen and Hydrogen than you get back by using Hydrogen in a fuel cell.

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  • 10 months ago

    Are you asking for investment advice? I can't predict the future.

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