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In the future, calling them gas stations will probably be a misnomer: In all likelihood, fueling stations will not be dispensing fossil fuels. What fuel source we will rely on—and how it will be distributed—however, has yet to be determined.
In the meantime, Good wants to see your vision.They write:
We're asking you, GOOD readers, to imagine the fueling station of the future. We want you to use your best design skills and imagination to show us how we'll be fueling our cars once we have moved on from gasoline. Is it a hydrogen filling station for our fuel cells? Is it a place where we switch in dead batteries for pre-charged ones? Do we not even need fuel because all our cars are solar powered? Show us.
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