That was another issue they had on the car review, they had to wait for hydrogen to be delivered and if I remember correctly it wasn't going to be any time soon.GTB wrote: ↑Tue Sep 07, 2021 7:05 pmRarecolour,Rarecolour wrote: ↑Tue Sep 07, 2021 6:44 pmI watched a "The Smoking Tyre" car review of a Hyundia (pretty sure it was a Hyundia) that was hydrogen, granted it was in USA, but he had a shocking time trying to get it filled up. You can't just follow a car that's just been filled up and get filled up yourself, the tank/bellow has to fill back up again, pretty sure you had to wait over 30 minutes before using the pump again.
If you are ever near Shell Cobham on the southside of the M25 go in and see the Hydrogen dispensers there. I was involved with the infrastructure and yes its a "Process" to fill a car as the tanks equal out and then fill also the thermal shock of the very cold temps involved anyway filling pressure is either 400 or 700Bar and then cycles down, but on there as one car leaves the next can start due to the larger vessel that acts as storage as there is a electroliser on site so Hydrogen produced on site and not delivered in a gas vessel.
Hydrogen being produced on site would definitely be the way forward.
I try and stay away from driving around London, Birmingham is bad enough!