A major German city is working to adopt hydrogen fuel
from The Drive
While the electric car craze is in full swing, not everyone is ready for the change and some markets are even pushing back. While the top manufacturers are fighting over Tesla's throne, some groups are continuing to explore other alternative fuel sources. One of the more promising resources is hydrogen, which has notable advantages over EVs. However, even with manufacturers working on hydrogen power, the consumers have to be on board, too. A city in Germany is trying to make the fuel mainstream, but its citizens aren't so sure.
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