Nobody ever have difficulties with an hydrogen pump, this is a safer way to re-fuel a car as it take only 5 minutes and for electric charging it take 5 hours so you have a lot of time where troubles can show-up. 5 minutes once a week compare to 5 hours each day, you have then 100x more possibilities to broke something with electric charging and also battery wear fast in heat and cold and hydrogen can sustain any temperature without a glitch. All in all it don't make any sense these battery recharging and low range. Im pretty sure that it's big oil that push goverments to subsidises and rule for batteries while neglecting any petrol replacement.
What a joke this comment is.
Except for a handful of GM Equinox testers, has anybody ever used a hydrogen pump? How about that being the other way around, hydrogen (hype) comes around to suppress electric cars.
Then again, his profile picture is an oil derrick, so...
Sorry for derailing the thread, but it sounds like GE's putting the blame on Nissan, though both car and EVSE should have brownout protection.