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Electric cars like the BMW i3, and many other brands, could be converted to run on hydrogen fuel cells. But, why were they not designed like that in the first place?





Continued reliance on petroleum based fuels is not only foolish in climate change terms, it is also unhealthy for the population. Alternatives to these fuels are far cheaper, providing less expensive energy to the end user, but politicians will not budge all the while they are supported by funds from fossil fuel companies. Hence, it is corrupt practices in politics that is the real blocker to reducing global warming.


It is not their fault. All the while you keep voting for politicians and policies that have caused the cost of living crisis, they will keep on abusing your generosity. And keep on devaluing your savings.


What is required is statutory policy changes to force energy companies to provide renewable electricity, using storage technology (hydrogen or battery combinations) to overcome the intermittent nature or wind and solar power. Or take away their franchises, by way of forfeiture for failing to comply with statutory requirements.


Politicians generally are not forward thinking. They are more patch up and react to emergencies in hindsight. That is why Europe and the USA is addicted to harmful fuels like coal, gas and oil for power generation, and diesel and petroleum for transport. Despite the lung cancer it is causing to thousands of victims in cities every year.


It is a UN SDG requirement for governments to provide cheap energy and sustainable transportation. But each year we have a FLOP, instead of a COP.















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