It's no, because though those alternatives exist, the economics isn't there yet. For example, the cost of hydrogen at the moment is about 11 or 12 dollars a gas equivalent gallon. That is beyond any normal person's, aside from a rich individual or an individual that's willing to lgive up everything to make it happen, ability to afford. The only alternative at the moment that can compete price wise is electricity or natural gas. Unfortunately, though they can compete in price, they cannot compete in energy density because those options are only good for about 150 miles per fill and most people aren't willing to fill up more than once a week at most. If you read the article, most of those alternatives. aside from electricity, have future in the energy supply, but they just aren't there yet.