This is an experiment.
We put these seven words: "does the hydrogen car have a future" into an AI article generator.
See, what was created in less than fifteen seconds:
Hydrogen cars do have a future, as major automakers and governments in Asia, Europe, and the US are investing in hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).
FCEVs produce no emissions, are more efficient than conventional vehicles, offer a longer range, and take only a few minutes to refuel.
However, the lack of infrastructure and the high cost of production remain major obstacles to increasing their adoption.
The EU aims to have 4.3 million FCEVs on the road by 2030, while China and Japan have set ambitious targets of 1 million and 800,000 hydrogen vehicles, respectively, by 2030 and 2035.
Despite these targets, the future of hydrogen cars is uncertain, as both hydrogen and electric vehicles have their own issues.
... well, we are not arguing with the content of this computer manufactured article.
But here, at Robert Breitbach Consulting, we have a different approach.
One might call us "old school". This makes us proud.
Our work takes time. Our trade is people. Humans.
We leave room for emotions, individuality and identity.