Why hydrogen is not the super fuel of the future

In an era of growing concern over the security of our energy supplies, federal and provincial governments are funding development of alternative sources of energy.
This seems to be taking place without sufficient regard for the underlying scientific and economic constraints that govern likely success.
A case in point is the so-called “hydrogen economy.” This seductive concept idealizes clean power, a virtuous cycle of hydrogen from water, energy from hydrogen, and clean water as the only byproduct. Unfortunately, hydrogen is too expensive to become a useful fuel in our modern world.
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