As Trudeau's carbon mandate draws closer, it's important to reflect back on how we came to this point. When taking a closer look, we find it's those who preached the most about climate change that also refused to fund solutions. President #obama was one of those biggest advocates, preaching #climatechange action while stripping Bush's #hydrogenfuelcell funding and continuing #oil subsidies instead. We see the same action taken in #canada by #trudeau . Now, the nationwide carbon mandate is nearly here and we have few if any alternatives to turn to, which can only lead to disaster once the mandate is in place.
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It's official! Our order is in for the first #hydrogenfuelcell car available to own! #2018#toyotamirai which means #thefuture in #japanese! There are so many perks to this funny looking little space ship 🚀 including free hydrogen gas for 3 years or $15,000, also we will be hopefully getting the $8,000 tax break and the $5,000 #California payback for #fuelcell cars! Not to mention how wonderful if is for Mother Earth! 🌎If you have any ideas on how to make my funny looking spaceship body look sexier, please send them my way! Going from a #BMW#6series#convertible to a #nerd#car is scaring me! 😆😍
Toyota unveiled the Fine-Comfort Ride concept at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show, envisioning a “new form of the premium saloon” running on hydrogen fuel cells.
The car has in-wheel electric motors, which enable the wheels to be pushed right to the four corners. The tyres are airless, which cut weight and boost performance. The hydrogen powertrain uses a fuel cell stack at the front and a hydrogen tank in the floor. Toyota claims this will have a range of 1,000 km and refuelling will take about three minutes. ☆ . . .
The GM (SURUS) Silent Utility Rover Universal Superstructure is an autonomous, hydrogen-powered, multi-purpose relief vehicle. The zero-emission Rover utilizes two hydrogen fuel cell powertrains, a lithium ion battery, and can travel distances upwards of 400 miles on a single fill!
The platform can be used in a variety of different ways including soldier & cargo transport, disaster relief, and can provide back-up power to those areas affected. General Motors is gearing up with the United States military to make the future of military motive mobility come true.