Hydrogen-powered bike needs no batteries

A Dutch company StudioMOM created a small hydrogen-powered bike that allows for long-distance transportation without the use of heavy batteries, particulates, or CO2 emissions.

The bike uses electricity from solar panels to separate water into hydrogen and oxygen before storing the hydrogen in small tanks.  The bike fully charges in about ten minutes and has a range of 93 miles.

On the outside, the bike is designed to be portable and versatile, built with lightweight materials. It features a modular design, which makes it easier to repair or upgrade.

What do you think? Can hydrogen become a viable source of power? What upsides or downsides do you see? Please let us know in the comments below.

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