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Matt Chester on Sep 16, 2020

These seems like a good, municipal-type use of hydrogen generated using surplus renewable generation and fostering the environment for overbuild to achieve that goal. I'll be curious what the cost of the fuel will look like compared with the fuels those vehicles would otherwise use-- is the government taking on higher fuel costs in this endeavor in order to help create the market for hydrogen? 

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Charley Rattan on Sep 17, 2020

Suspect it works well on islands -  where diesel costs are already high.

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