I depends on how you split the hydrogen. Since hydrogen is usually split by electricity which may or may not come from oil, it makes sense to compare hydrogen vehicles with battery electric vehicles rather than hybrids. A few years ago, hydrogen cars were the favorite choice of policy makers due to the potential to refuel them quickly at gas stations. However, policy has changed in favor of battery-powered electric cars. Hydrogen cars have the potential to be zero-emissions vehicles if the hydrogen is split using solar power, but electric cars store and use electricity 3-4 times more efficiently.
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