I’ve been hearing about hydrogen cars for decades. The wave of the future, they say. Clean, efficient transportation whose only byproduct is water. It all sounds very promising, and hydrogen is supposedly the most abundant element in the universe. While the technology and cars are there, the infrastructure, unfortunately, is not. And it could be decades before such an infrastructure is in place.
But good old General Motors hasn’t given up on hydrogen yet. Yesterday, they announced they would be starting a pilot program in Hawaii to test the viability of a hydrogen infrastructure on a smaller scale. Looks like Hawaii really is serious about alternative energy.