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Argument: Too much energy required to compress hydrogen for cars

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Arthur St. Antoine. "Hydrogen, Fuel Cells, and Reality". Motor Trend. - "compressing or liquifying [hydrogen] requires a further input of energy equal to 10 or 30 percent of the hydrogen's energy content, all of which ranks it among the least convenient and practical of all transportation fuels."

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