Originally Posted by Marmot
I see the next decade of development ripe pickings for those who sell "hydrogen boosters" and energy recovery devices to the technically challenged. Real advances will be made and efficiency improved but it will be incremental, expensive, and for the most part difficult to justify for reasons other than a legitimate environmental concern or to meet increasingly stringent regulations.
I think you're right about the technically challenged. Reminds me of the millenium bug, by the way.